To build a community of sovereign citizens whose sense of belonging to a community of Gambian nationals will be put above other affinities in terms of ethno–linguistic origin, gender, religion and other parochial distinctions; an informed citizenry who will have the right and audacity to ask of the community what is required to have education, skills, good health, employment, housing, proper sanitation, protection at old age, or in case of disability, an adequate recreation in order to live in liberty, dignity and prosperity and who will recognise their duty to give to the community what it requires to provide the needs of all and ensure that each enjoys individual and social justice.
Ensure inclusive and participatory governance by mobilising active participation of people in managing National Affairs. Governance will therefore involve people organised into civil associations to serve as social auditors who will scrutinise, criticise and restrain tendency towards misrepresentation, bad governance, mismanagement and impunity, on one hand, and on the other, serve as the ears, eyes and mouths of the people who will speak truth to authority in defence of legitimate individual and public interest.
Promote strong community relations as a means of preventing alienation and its attendant problem of crime and harmful social behaviour.
Develop a four-year development programme to ensure balanced and proportionate development of the social sectors such as health, education, housing, social welfare and recreational facilities.