3) Capacity Building of Staff and Grassroot Environmental Groups:
Once individuals, and communities have realized that, they posses inner capacity to do things on their own, it is now an appropriate time to build that capacity in them and this is what we call ‘Capacity Building’. This is the ability to nurture and prosper the inner realized potentials of individuals and communities till they reach their destiny. Hence calling for more resources to be assigned to enhance this process.
4) Sustainable Environmental Policy Management:
This is the ability to make environmental policy have practical meaning and reach its intended fruition to both the formulators, executors, and the intended beneficiaries. There are excellent environmental policies in libraries and shelves in various offices, but unless, they are organized and directed to achieve their intended purpose through social transformational approaches they become less productive. In order for policy formulators, excutors, and beneficiaries to read from the same page in terms of implementing the same policy a lot of teaching, coaching, mentoring has to take place. This is what calls for more resource allocation into the votehead for it to be done well and not only well but very well.
5) A Self-Sustaining Organizational Structure and Culture:
This is the process of making ACO Foundation self-sustaining in terms of both human and financial resources. Therefore, a substancial amount of resources have to be assigned for this process to come to fruition. The success of this process marks the realization of sustainability in ACO Foundation.