The Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN) is pleased to announce Humentum as the latest member to join the coalition.
As a leading global nonprofit working with humanitarian and development organizations, Humentum seeks to unlock the strategic power of operating models for social good organizations. Humentum staff and associates are based in more than 30 countries across the globe and bring decades of sector experience. Their members, clients, and industry partner community collectively span more than 500+ organizations and regularly contribute their insights to Humentum’s integrated, sector-specific research and reporting. Through training, consultancy, community-building, and advocacy, Humentum focuses on practical solutions to improve the effectiveness of finance, people, risk, and compliance processes centered around equity, resilience, and accountability.
MFAN is excited to work with a dynamic organization like Humentum on a host of issues and will undoubtedly benefit from the organizations mix of nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies and grassroot organizations to advance more sustainable and locally-driven development. Importantly, Humentum’s focus on organizational autonomy will provide a greater integration of Global South voices into our coalition’s work.
Last month, the coalition welcomed four other new additional members: Counterpart International, Bonnie Glick, Jim Mazarrella and Richard Parker.