NEAID Strategy 2030
NEAID has designed its strategy till 2030 in response to the findings of different reports of Government and international Agencies**. Though these reports indicate a positive change in the regions but there are still un-filled gaps in certain pockets and thematic areas which requires specialized intervention. The development for peace in the region cannot be achieved without addressing these gaps.
The different pockets of North Eastern States of India had witnessed ethnic violence and insurgency. We believe that two of the primary reasons behind these are under development and inaccessibility of resources within the reach of common people. Our strategy explains how NEAID is going to address these issues and work towards building better lives to pave the way for peace in the region.
NEAID’s strategy to 2030 has three goals: to collaborate with organizations working in the same area of interest, to be a regional knowledge hub for research, capacity building, program implementation and C4D, to reach out to the un-served and under-served pockets in the region, particularly those who are marginalized and excluded, with customized and innovative programs that help to bring about social reform.
We will work more efficiently and effectively together by bringing collaborative linkage with partner organizations and individuals to achieve our three goals. NEAID strategies attempt to address the regional issues within its area of work through both short and long term development programmes linked to constructive policy change and advocacy at various levels. We will use the learning about what works and what doesn’t at grassroots level through research, and direct involvement with communities in order to bring about easily acceptable policies and programs to minimise the gap of inequity in the society.
**Document on Sustainable development Goals, Human Development Report of North East States, 2011 published by DoNER Ministry, Youth of North-East India, 2012 published by National Book trust of India and National Council of Applied Economic Research.