It enables Batwa people to be free from indignity, marginalization, fear, harassment and abuse, discrimination, identity crisis and threats of extinction. 

To achieve freedom from indignity and marginalization, BFSDA provides Batwa with relief items and services, including shelter, clothes, shoes, food, sanitary pads and other dignity kits to women and girls in school.

BFSDA also provides human rights and gender education to the Batwa people, duty bearers, and other community members, including religious leaders, civil society actors and the business community. 

We do this through local radio talk shows, community dialogue meetings and music dance and drama (MDD), also known as edutainment.  

BFSDA supports Batwa culture and tradition protection and promotion through documentation, artifacts collection, herbal medicine plant protection and preservation, plus a Batwa cultural center and living museum initiative(s) support to address threats of identity crisis and the danger of extinction.