We strongly believe that access to education opportunities, access to basic health services, as well as peace and security, is a fundamental human rights principle. That’s why we are committed to reducing inequality and injustice through education and health assistance to not only alleviate the suffering of people, but more importantly enable them to bring about sustainable changes to their lives. In Australia, we work with other organisations and social services departments to connect communities and link them with services.
In our work with follow the principles of Humanity, Sustainability, Transparency and Empowerment. In addition, BMF stresses the principle of neutrality and impartiality in conflict situations.
BMF’s work covers five main categories including but not limited;