Kabil (From Turkish roots, means skillful, worthy, capable and competent) is a support organization.
Kabil supports government agencies, corporate entities, NGOs, and Community Based Organisations (CBOs) with knowledge, know-how and do-how to promote rural prosperity, focusing on well-being of the poor.
Kabil practices a hands-on approach. It provides the know-how and do-how in-situ, by engaging with partners at the site of action whenever necessary. It provides long term support till the results are visible on the ground.
Villagers, particularly the more disadvantaged, need to organise into groups, which provide an environment to the members to learn, practice, access resources and grow. The groups eventually should be self-managed; sooner the better.
Developing natural resources like land, water and forests in harmony with the needs of all and harnessing them in an ecologically sound way is the key to rural well-being and its sustainability.
Rural livelihood promotion requires acting on three pillars of livelihood triangle – People (building capabilities), Resources (including natural resources) and Institutions (government, market, local self government etc.)
Resilient community organisations are required to serve members and spearhead community action. Organisations working for the poor need to have well-functioning structures, systems, processes, human and other resources to realise their mission.