Who we are
Who we are:During the African Union’s summit of 2019, Egypt took over the African Union Presidency. The government of Egypt declared that it will play a vital role in the development of the African continent under the leadership of President El-Sisi to help create a “Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation”. Consequently, the NIGSD proposed the establishment of an African network to support the achievement of such goal.In order to disseminate the principles of good governance and contribute to the achievement of Agenda 2063 aspirations, the NIGSD launched its African network. TNMIA was announced by the Egyptian Minister of Planning and Economic Development in April 2019 during the First African Forum on Governance and Development in Sharm El Sheikh. The initiative was endorsed by the African Union’s delegation and recognized by the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) delegation. Since then, NIGSD has started to head and host the network in Cairo acting as the focal point and main platform for all African members across the continent. The newly developed network aims to strengthen the role of active African institutions and to act as a catalyst facilitating the interaction and information exchange among African state, private and non-state actors
A leading African network and a knowledge hub maximizing the output of collaboration to achieve good governance and sustainable development in Africa.
To make significant contribution to the application of good public governance principles within the African continent through comprehensive training, consultancy, career development and research services to achieve the aspirations of Agenda 2063.
- World-class executive training
- Career guidance services
- Consultancy and institutional development
- Joint research and publications
TNMIA’s training, career developing, consulting and publishing activities are aligned with:
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- African Agenda 2063
- The Constitution of the Arab Republic of Egypt 2014
- Egypt’s Vision 2030 for sustainable development and its fourth pillar: Effective and Efficient Public Organizations
- The New Civil Service Law 81/2016 and its by-laws
- The Egyptian code of conduct 2019-2023
- The National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2018-2022
- The National Strategy for Empowerment of Egyptian Women 2017
- Social Inclusion Plan and Disability Law
- Good Governance
- Equality and Social Justice
- Knowledge-sharing and networking with local and International Organizations
- Collaboration and joint projects with various public, private and non-governmental organizations
- Initiating novel training programs in partnership with academic institutions
- Assessing training needs to design tailored training programs
- Offering gender-sensitive and PWD-sensitive training programs
- Conducting a pre and post training assessment to ensure that trainees benefit from training programs.
- Attracting elite trainers and prominent experts
- Comprehensive communication and marketing plan with various media campaigns to promote TNMIA’s activities on social media.
- Offering short interactive training courses on Egyptian and African e-learning platforms
- Continuous communication throughout the year with members of the Alumni Association