As the human individual is society’s formative constituent, we care to develop the individual’s competencies, skills, and knowledge; improve the level of services provided to individuals; and identify and actualize latent capabilities across society’s sectors.

Considering the social development as a persistent and continuous process directed to the components of community, people’s participation and involvement physically and morally in their communities’ development through planning, implementation and supervision of social service projects and stepping up interaction among them, are important pillars to the success and reaping the benefits of development.

Therefore, stepping up the awareness of volunteerism among individuals, increasing the proportion of their participation in the programs of non-profit institutions and enabling them to interact with the various tools of the social development and investing them optimally, would equally bring the maximum benefits to them as individuals in particular, and to their society at a broader level. Therefore, focusing on participation must be one of goals of social and humanitarian donor institutions to ensure that this development is a dynamic process that can grow and develop in itself, and keep pace socially, culturally and economically with the surrounded changes.

So considering the social development as a strategic requirement, designing active mechanisms to achieve the goals of this strategy would make it an interactive session among the society’s members, institutions and its several entities in order to achieve happiness and well-being to the society.