Our work is grounded in six operating principles:
Encouraging “learning by doing”
Promoting accountability and transparency
Supporting collaboration, partnerships, and inclusion
Triple bottom line
Balancing environmental, social and financial outcomes
Building on existing skills, experience and resources
Optimizing the use of resources
Our method is one of collaboration, striving at all points to ensure effective communications and the broadest possible stakeholder engagement. We have particular interest in rural economic development and issues facing women. In addition to numerous ongoing economic and policy development engagements, Eko Nomos’ work most recently has focused on issues of rural food security, ending violence against women, and the urban immigrant experience.
Eko Nomos brings a consultative and collaborative approach to every project. As researchers, facilitators, and collaborators we work to guide processes, build capacity, facilitate stakeholder involvement, and offer timely, strategic advice.