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Global Sector-Change Initiatives

You’re on a mission to make the world a better place. We are, too. That’s why we focus on action, not talk, by partnering with funders to develop and implement operations-oriented outcomes to create stronger operating models for tangible, lasting change.

We have years of experience working with funders such as the Ford Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Open Society Foundations, and more. To date, our strategic partnerships focus on turning visions for locally led development into reality from finances to risk to DEI.

Initiative spotlight: global SEAH investigation standard

With generous support from USAID, CHS Alliance and Humentum are strengthening the global capacity to respond to sexual abuse, exploitation and harassment (SEAH). Our goal is to equip investigators with the skills and knowledge to undertake survivor-centered investigations of SEAH.

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) capacity strengthening

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Global nonprofit accounting standard

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Global SEAH investigation standard

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Equitable operating model transformation

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

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As our program partner, Humentum has supported EngenderHealth’s launch of the TIME Initative (Transforming INGO Models for Equity). Through this engagement, and through their own synthesis of themes emerging from the global health sector, Humentum is helping us all move towards more equitable development."

Traci L. Baird President and CEO, EngenderHealth

CIPFA has been able to work in true partnership with Humentum, addressing and solving problems together. My colleagues at Humentum bring a breadth of knowledge of the nonprofit sector, and understanding of the issues, and above all drive and passion to make a difference.”

Karen Sanderson IFR4NPO Project Lead, CIPFA
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Navigating collective transformation: four hard-won lessons from a year of TIME

These four hard-won lessons—embracing the process, balancing introspection with action, navigating inclusion and exclusion, and recognizing interconnected change—are not just applicable within the realm of SRHR INGOs but offer useful insights for the broader movement advocating for equitable, locally led development.

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