We believe that development deserves a fresh, bold and cohesive approach that breaks down silos and promotes integration. We are committed to actively engaging beneficiary communities as we design development initiatives. We account for dynamics across sectors and spheres of influence that have great impact on the outcomes of a given initiative.
The Humanitas Global Development team has been fortunate to have worked with leaders who support our ability to push the development envelope, create new paradigms to tackle the world's challenges, and spur communities into action.
Our team members have developed and directed initiatives for The World Bank, The Clinton Foundation, The Mathile Institute for the Advancement of Human Nutrition, UNICEF, New York Academy of Sciences, World Health Organization, USAID, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, The Organization of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS, The EastWest Institute, United Nations Development Programme, Women's Campaign International, Center for Monitoring Election Violence, Microfinance International Corporation, International Rescue Committee, government health agencies, foundations and corporations, among others.
Our approach seamlessly integrates:
- Local participation as a driving force for program design and activation.
- National and international bodies to ensure initiatives have high-level support and are recognized as aligning with leadership and country interests and priorities.
- All other spheres of community influence to help deliver information, goods, services and a high-level of credibility to our work.
- Measurement and evaluation tools that effectively evaluate program outcomes and impact beyond reach.