NEHMAP was established in 2015 to meaningfully support Government, Non Government, Banks and other Financial Institutions including Cooperatives; Private Sector: Micro, Small, Medium, Large and Transnational Enterprises; UN System: UNO, WBG, IMF, WTO (ITO) and other International Community Entities in the great Task of achieving SDG Goals and Targets in all communities in all 193/306 UN Member States by end 2030 Target date. NEHMAP benefits from over 25 years of EAG (Economic Alliance Group) Development Research (aimed at significant improvements in Service, Speed, Quality, Costs and where necessary Revenue and Profits) as well as its 3PCM (Policy, Program, Project Cycle Management Approach to National and International Development Cooperation – the most Advance One Worldwide Approach to National and International Development operation available in our World today. 3PCM is not a One Cap Fit All Approach but a Generic Approach which could be adapted to meet the unique and specific needs of any Stakeholder in National or International Development Cooperation Interventions in specific Community, Sub-national, National, Sub-regional, Regional or Global location context.
NEHMAP is strong in Advocacy for Answer to SDG How Questions. NEHMAP Partners with National and International Institutions as well as UN System: UNO, WBG, IMF, WTO (ITO) Entities that are willing to be meaningfully supported to Deliver on its Statutory Responsibility as Convener, Catalyst, Collaborator and Cultivator at specific Community, Sub-national, National, Sub-regional, Regional and Global levels.
NEHMAP/ISPE/EAG has made widely recognized contributions to thinking around alternative development strategies that place development rights, social welfare and social justice at the centre of development policy and practice. Our research exposes the problems inherent in the widely accepted separation of the political, the economic, the financial, the cultural, the ecological, the security, the religious and the social which places social contract issues and policies in a subordinate and residual position.
We have consistently engaged with efforts to move mainstream development thinking beyond a singular focus on economic growth and material well-being (measured in terms of income or GDP), or a concern with the agency of the individual separate from wider social relationships and institutions, toward a comprehensive systems approach that integrates political, economic, financial, cultural, ecological, security, religious, social and collective dimensions into the conceptualization, measurement and practice of national and international development cooperation.
We recognize that the achievement of true development on successful and sustainable basis, is always a political process, involving contestation, struggles for the representation and recognition of groups with competing interests, and requiring the redistribution of power and resources. And it emphasizes the intrinsic value of diversity in ideas and open debate, dialogue and contestation about alternative policy options that are feasible under different conditions.