We must help: we can (and should) work to increase the well-being of communities subjected to traumatic conditions and events.
Health is everything: physical and mental well-being are the fertile ground for innovation and growth.
We must equalize opportunity: the work must create opportunities for marginalized or recovering adults to find a rewarding livelihood through access to markets.
Markets provide the best tool: market-based innovation and entrepreneurship are the best way to get this work done.
We must have a bias for success: we need to divert our time and effort into replicating and scaling successful initiatives to give all communities the best chance to succeed.