NetHope, a global consortium of nearly 60 of the world’s leading nonprofits, is proud to announce the election of three new nonprofit member organizations during our July 8 member meeting.
The three new members represent humanitarian organizations with global reach. They share NetHope’s mission to incorporate digital transformation on a deeper level in their programs to affect larger scale impact on their beneficiary audiences. The three organizations are: United Nations International Computing Centre*, The Salvation Army International, and War Child Holland.
“Each of these outstanding organizations collectively touch millions of people worldwide,” notes NetHope CEO, Liz Bronder. “Digital technology has provided an opportunity to scale up their impact, and they recognize NetHope’s collaborative and convening role in progressing nonprofit digital transformation. Their inclusion as NetHope members adds to our global consortium, and their contributions will increase our role in furthering the power and potential of the digitally transformed humanitarian, developmental, and conservation nonprofit.”
The United Nations International Computing Centre (ICC) has nearly 50 years of experience providing Information and Communications Technology (ICT) services to United Nations programs, funds and entities. Its mission is to provide ICT services to the United Nations family, maximize the sharing of infrastructure, systems and skills, and generate economies of scale to benefit its over 60 Clients, including over 40 Partner Organizations (those with membership or representation in ICC’s Management Committee), as well as other United Nations or related not-for-profit entities.
The organization has a strategic view of ICT support for United Nations goals and results, with expertise and complex knowledge about their ICT environments.
ICC provides trusted shared services and digital business solutions to United Nations entities, offering cost savings, business efficiencies, and volume discounts based on the scale of its engagements. ICC operates on a full cost recovery basis, with surplus funds being refunded at the end of projects or initiatives. Clients can focus on core business activities by leveraging ICC’s services, built upon industry best practices, standards and documented business processes subject to a Continuous Process Improvement cycle. See more at: www.unicc.org
About The Salvation Army International
The Salvation Army (TSA) is a Christian church and an international charitable organization. The organization reports a worldwide membership of over 1.7 million. TSA carries out this mission in 131 countries around the world through its church facilities and social service institutions.
From family tracing to disaster response, The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of services worldwide, including: Addiction Dependency, Educational Programs, Emergency Response, Family Tracing, and operating hospitals promoting health and health services. https://www.salvationarmy.org/
About War Child Holland
War Child was founded in the Netherlands in 1995 by social entrepreneur Willemijn Verloop after she visited the former Yugoslavia during the Bosnian war and was horrified by the violence and ethnic cleansing she witnessed. War Child works exclusively to strengthen the resilience and wellbeing of children living with violence and armed conflict. It delivers vital child protection, education and psychosocial support. It empowers children in everything we do. It works to unleash their inner strength through our creative and engaging approach. It works together with caregivers and communities—as well as other NGOs—to bring about change in the lives of conflict-affected children. It undertakes research and development to both innovate and demonstrate the effectiveness of our interventions. Everything it does has a lasting impact and helps children build a better future—both for themselves and their communities. Because no child should be part of war. Ever. http://www.warchild.org/
NetHope enable its members, and the nonprofit sector, to be more effective and efficient—and accelerate their impacts—through the use of technology. NetHope, a consortium of nearly 60 global nonprofits, unites with technology companies and funding partners to design, fund, implement, adapt, and scale innovative approaches to solve development, humanitarian, and conservation challenges. Together, the NetHope community strives to transform the world, building a platform of hope for those who receive aid and those who deliver it. https://nethope.org/
Our NetHope Members
Accion, ActionAid, Americares, Ashoka, CARE, The Carter Center, Catholic Relief Services, Children International, Christian Aid, Compassion International, Concern Worldwide, DanChurchAid, Danish Refugee Council, Direct Relief, FHI360, FUPAD, GOAL, Habitat for Humanity, Heifer International, HIAS, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, UN International Computing Centre, International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee, Islamic Relief Worldwide, Management Sciences for Health, Marie Stopes International, Medair, Médecins sans Frontières, Medical Teams International, Mennonite Central Committee, Mercy Corps, Mercy Ships, The Nature Conservancy, Norwegian Church Aid, Norwegian Refugee Council, Operation Smile, Oxfam, Pact, PATH, Plan International, PCI/ Global Communities, Pro Mujer, Right To Play, Relief International, The Salvation Army International, Samaritan’s Purse, Save the Children, SOS Children’s Villages International, Team Rubicon, Trócaire, VSO, War Child Holland, WaterAid, Welthungerhilfe, Wildlife Conservation Society, Winrock International, Women for Women International, World Vision, WWF International
New members in bold
* Associate Member