Empowering the indigenous self-governance organizations and vibrant community-based institutions for leading indigenous community development interventions as well as policy-level interventions through a bottom-up approach on the community issues forms the basis of true governance. Engaging the tribal community in development policies and programmes for protecting, providing and promoting indigenous knowledge and traditional customs and practices upholding the women-based community groups for gender equality are the actions that lead to building strong institutions and promoting gender equality. It is the involvement of the community in the decision-making and policy framing process that will build a strong economy providing peace and justice to all ending poverty and hunger. Strengthening of institutions favouring local governance will promote gender equality; provide adequate educational facilities which will result in all round development of the community. Systematic growth will lead to help their climate conditions which will develop responsible consumption and production chain to balance the ecosystem.