PULPA continues to operate within international standards whereby gender issues are addressed and catered for. PULPA promotes gender equality in its functions and ensures women’s participation in their activities is embedded.
Likewise, PULPA works towards developing environmentally sound practices within their programs and respect “do not harm principle” in their operations
PULPA and its members are fully aware of HIV and work with other related associations in promoting awareness of HIV.
Linking human, animal, and environmental health is a principle used by PUPLA. These are three components that cannot stand alone and need an integrated approach. A healthy environment will ensure the growth of healthy animals – and both will ensure the health of people. In recent times, of interest to PULPA, is to continue promoting the concept of One Health, and the association is committed to looking at public health, zoonosis, and food safety as one of their themes.