1. Habitat protection and conservation of key species of plants and animals.
2. Change local perception and attitude from destructive to eco-friendly by instilling the ecological importance of biodiversity.
3. Capacitate local IP (Indigenous People) and non-IP communities to manage, protect and conserve the existing natural resources and biodiversity.

4. Organize communities to be able to benefit from services derived from the natural resources.
5. Implement ecosystems-based livelihood activities that will improve the human well-being of local and indigenous communities.
6. Advocate for local legislations for better services and stronger implementation of environmental laws.