To conserve the population of black howler monkeys and other fauna and flora within the sanctuary.
To research relevant data to guide conservation objectives and inform decision-making.
To educate community members on conservation, development, and capacity development tools that lead to empowerment, including scholarship opportunities in natural resource management and tourism.
To engage in ecotourism to provide income generation to community members from ecotourism-related activities such as homestays and employment opportunities such as tour guiding.
To foster Community Development through activities such as sports, reforestation, clean-up campaigns, youth groups, disaster preparedness, gender equality, family planning, health and well-being, support to address domestic violence, and school projects, among others.