The Nile| culture seeks to empower all people to actively participate in the sustainable governance of natural resources, by linking environmental security, human rights and social need. By engaging art & nature, we aim to achieve social awareness in new conceptually awakening formats. We believe environmental security is a human right and that the health, preservation and effective conservation of our natural world is essential to the prosperity of humankind. These core values guide our engagements;
We respect and value each other, thrive on our diversity, and work with partners to leverage our global strength in making a difference. We are open to new ideas, embrace change, and take disciplined risks to develop sustainable solutions.
Stewardship is about taking responsibility for something beyond ourselves. This includes each other, the environment, and our collective future. By embracing stewardship as a core value, we create a sense of civic responsibility and an environment of trust. We aspire to live to the highest standards of personal honesty and behaviour, and take personal responsibility for using our resources efficiently.
We believe in focusing on outcomes rather than processes and strive to ensure that our work is appropriate, highly cost-effective and efficient. We are streamlined and focused, enabling us to respond quickly to needs and opportunities within our conservation goals.
In order to maximize the impact of its resources, The Nile| culture extends funds to organizations; new and established, that will have a significant impact through programs that show promise of long-term success. We do this by managing projects and reinvesting funds in excess of expenditures into programs and initiatives that support these endeavours. Critical to The Nile| culture's progress in achieving conservation results is its success in securing support from foundations, corporations, and other organizational partners.