Eminence values transparency in all its professional works with clear policies and procedures and regards this to be the most crucial element of its work principle.
Eminence values in an individual’s capacity of the community for self-determination or self-governance freedom from external control or influence.
Eminence is committed to establishing gender equality in the community because it is not only a fundamental human right, it is a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world. Eminence believes that equal rights and opportunities for girls and boys help all children fulfill their potential.
Eminence is committed to making partnerships with donors and communities to find it in the common interest to work together toward a specific outcome and create a win-win situation.
Eminence has been a visionary in the creation of opportunities for the poor to make them aware and empower to fight poverty and community issues collectively.
Eminence values evidence-based practice (EBP) in all its research and development activities to help its workforce (service providers) determines the best quality approach to take when addressing the needs of the community people. The utilization of evidence-based practice models forces service providers and organizations to think in terms of constantly seeking out new information and analyzing their pre-existing assumptions. It tries to demonstrate leadership in groundbreaking development initiatives in Bangladesh
Eminence is committed to engage, support and recognize the value of all members of society regardless of race, religion, gender, nationality, ethnicity, age, physical or mental ability, socioeconomic status and geography.
Eminence values sustainability to use the present resources within compromising the integrity and availability of those resources into the future.