TERO uses its expertise to assist stakeholders and projects that allow rural communities, often threatened by exclusion and precarity, to generate sustainable revenues and livelihoods. It also supports them in becoming responsible for their own development. TERO supports rural territories, both in the Southern countries and in France, in developing greater autonomy and food sovereignty.
TERO services and skills contribute to improve family farming performances and to the recognition of their role and modernity in facing food, employment, ecological and climate challenges for the 21st century.
TERO contributes to strengthening local stakeholders linked to rural and local development as well as to the creation of solidarity and cooperation bonds between territorial development stakeholders, rural, urban, public and private.