LeMeheux aggressively examines the causes of “under-development” while passionately and scientifically investigating youth unemployment, education modernization, poverty, exclusion, conflict, integrated approaches to rural development, protection of resources, illiteracy, tribal/cultural bias, poor governance, peace-buidling, gender issues, socio-economic challenges, especially community development and community organization on the local, national and global levels. It also evaluates and assesses various sectors of national economies, especially social sectors. It investigates methods of obtaining sustainable food production and food security.

From Theory To Policies

policies_imgWith practical experiences in the rich and poor countries, LeMeheux International Development has the skills to serve all economies. We help and encourage national governments, internatinal organizations, private investors, as well as civil society and non-governmental organizations, to convert theories into feasible policies that will result in much needed improvements.

Our staff have undertaken extensive policy-oriented research for the United Nations, as well as some of it’s specialized agencies. These specialized agencies use the information for policy formulation both nationally and globally.

We have also examined rural development, family planning, poverty reduction, millennium development goals and other projects in developing and developed countries.