• Mobilizing efforts, and stimulating diverse critical and innovative ideas, to enhance the well-being of orphans and their families around the world.
  • Providing recommendations of qualitative and quantitative research that serve institutions interested in orphans in developing policies, proposing projects, and improving regional and global regulations and legislation for orphans.
  • Providing a mechanism for exchanging experiences, knowledge and challenges between professionals and academics specializing in orphans and their families affairs.
  • Opening the horizons of coordination and integration between the institutions concerned with the affairs of orphans and their families, through networking and building partnerships, exchanging previous experiences, and opening up prospects for development.