Since 2004 SAFE has been working in the Indian eco region towards sustainable environment development and poverty alleviation. As a part to this end SAFE has promoted community partnership and stakeholder participation for habited conservation and in assuring livelihood for the marginal communities. In doing so, SAFE has already been engaged in Sustainable Development Goals set by ‘Agenda 2030,’ of UN through its interventions. Today all such interventions have gradually developed into several programs under which projects and interventions are delivered. The most important programs and their SDGs are enlisted below:
1. Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA)
2. Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
3. Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM)
4. Mangroves for Future (MFF)
5. Wetland Ecosystem Services (WES)
6. Urban Habitat (HAB)
7. Sustainable Lifestyle Education (SLE)
8. Disaster Risk Management (DRM)
9. Community Resilience and Climate Knowledge (CRACK)
10. Biodiversity conservation (AICHI)