ABDF sees the LCED as the primary vehicle for development, entrepreneurship, and building a democratic society of justice. The LCED Center is a two-way platform where learning is done on the one hand and bargaining power is gained by bringing people together on the other. Again these LCEDs mobilize the people of the village where they interact with each other and collect adequate information about the villagers and villagers in a concerted effort, identify the problems of the villagers, assess development needs, mobilize resources, and formulate and implement development plans. As a result, LCEDs become the focal point of the collective voice of the villagers. This LCED center acts as a life force in the development of the village unites the disadvantaged people of society, and plays a leading role in realizing their own availability. The prerequisite for the success of the project is to involve the beneficiaries directly in the project. There is no alternative but to involve the rural population and the beneficiaries directly
in the Atmospheric Carbon Reduction (CER) project.