Our work in Kenya

Our work in Kenya


Humentum works frequently in Kenya, holding many workshops a year in Nairobi, across compliance and risk, financial management, program management and HR & Learning topics. We work on a local level, developing and maintaining relationships with NGOs and member organizations, delivering learning and client services within the region. In addition to facilitating learning, we also coordinate an ongoing program of networking events. Our mission for Kenya is to ensure that any social sector organization or practitioner in the region can conveniently access Humentum’s services. 

Humentum has three staff and several associate consultants based in Kenya and regularly runs training and networking events. See below for an up to date list of upcoming workshops and events, and we hope to see you soon on an Humentum associated event.

What is FMD Pro?

This course gives you the knowledge and practical skills to ensure effective and proper use of financial resources during program implementation. During this course, you will learn the key principles of good financial management and how to: integrate good financial management systems into operations management, and manage and control financial resources more efficiently and effectively.

InsideNGO in Kenya

Learn about Humentum's (formerly InsideNGO) work in Kenya, including Humentum bringing training and resources to international development staff working in the region.

Find out more about Sam Musoke, Regional Director for East Africa

As regional director, East Africa, for Humentum, Sam is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders, expanding our membership, and delivering learning and client services within the region. Coordinating an ongoing programme of networking events, she also facilitates, captures, and disseminates learning. Her overall goal is that any social sector organization or worker in the region can conveniently access Humentum’s services, and that voices from the region are heard and represented in Humentum’s advocacy efforts.

Before the merger of Mango with Humentum and LINGOs, Sam worked as an associate trainer and training developer with Mango since 2004. Alongside that, she held part time senior finance roles in NGOs including VSO and Child’s i Foundation, as well as in businesses, such as adventure operator Adrift in Uganda. Prior to that she spent many years in audit with Carr Stanyer, as well as consultancy and training, with Aclaim Africa. Sam has a Natural Sciences degree from Cambridge University and qualified as a UK Chartered Accountant (ACA). She moved to Uganda in 2001 and is the Uganda contact member for Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales. She lives in Kampala with her husband and three primary school children and plays percussion in the Kampala Symphony Orchestra.

Nairobi Week 2018: Hackathon action

A short "snippet" video from one of the workshop sessions in Nairobi

Blog post

In this blog Caitlin Holland describes attending a week of trainings in Nairobi, and her experience "On the Road with Humentum in Nairobi, Kenya":

"The lineup of events for Nairobi Week was aggressive, and I filled my personal schedule: content gathering and interviews with a photographer and videographer, liaising with a Devex reporter covering our USAID Proposal Development course, and attending all the evening and additional learning events I could, like our learning hackathon, senior leaders' dinner, member roundtable, and reception.

"Despite it being the rainy season and large flying termites spawning out of the ground after the daily downpours, I had an incredible time learning more about the vibrant development and learning community in Nairobi. Please take a moment to re-read that sentence. Anyone who knows me knows what a big deal that statement is. I don’t do insects, especially when they gather and swarm like the birds in Alfred Hitchcock’s aptly named 1963 movie “The Birds.”

"But even outdoor threats couldn’t diminish the creative and enthusiastic vibe that encompassed the week and radiated from our participants and my fellow colleagues. What was so special about it? The proximity of giraffes and baby elephants doesn’t hurt, nor does the availability of Tusker cider, but what impressed me most about Nairobi was its people and the impressive amount of passion and expertise behind exactly what we do at Humentum: learning and capacity building for organizations working for social good."

Read the full blog

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