was founded in 2002 by a group of volunteers in the United States
who recognized the acute need for technology assistance to humanitarian
organizations. Since then, HumaniNet has grown to become a cooperative
network of over 100 field organizations, several supporting technology
businesses, and a group of expert volunteers who help with research
and analysis, finding the best practices, and sharing field results
in global information and communication technologies, or ICT.
informal alliance consists of several constituencies:
partners. A fast-growing, informal alliance of nonprofit
humanitarian and mission organizations whom we assist and who
share their observations and field results in global information
and communication technologies, or ICT.
partners. We have formed cooperative and productive relationships
with experts in a variety of ICT areas and with companies and
leaders who understand the needs and challenges facing the humanitarian
partners. Our donors make it possible for us to deliver
the information and assistance that humanitarian teams need. We
acknowledge their contributions to HumaniNet and to the "people
who help people."
HumaniNet Project Team. The HumaniNet Project Team is a growing group of experienced and committed volunteers who give of their time, talents, and resources to further the HumaniNet vision.
Meet our executive director, board, and advisory council.
visit our pages on each of these important components at the links
information on our activities, projects, and plans, please go
to What We Do.