MINN Global Report

[UPDATE: Submissions for the 2020 Global Report are now closed.]

MINN's Global Report is an opportunity to showcase your international work, connect with other NGOs, and expand your reach to potential donors and volunteers. 

The MINN Global Report was created in response to requests from MINN members, donors and members of government for timely and disaggregated information on Minnesota’s many international NGOs. Nearly fifty international organizations (see complete list of organizations below) with connections to Minnesota responded to the most recent survey on such topics as:

  • NGO Program Areas of Operation:  Health, Education & Training; Development, Economic Growth & Trade; Democracy & Governance; Agriculture & Food Security; Humanitarian Assistance; Children & Youth, etc.
  • Regions of World Operating: East & Southeast Asia; Europe; Latin America; Middle East & North Africa; North America; Oceania & Australia; South & Central Asia; Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Sources of Funding for Activities: Individuals; Foundations; US Government; United Nations; European Government; Program Income
  • Paid Staff Size: In the Field; Domestically
  • Professional Opportunities: Which NGOs Are Actively Accepting Volunteers and/or Interns

The MINN Global Report is only available to paid MINN members and surveyed NGOs. Learn more about our membership program + join as a member today!

Active MINN members, NGO survey participants, donors, government officials and universities who wish to gain access to the report please write [email protected]. Thank you to our MINN members for your financial support to create this report and for your ongoing membership renewals which enable future editions.

If you know of an international NGO that has connections to Minnesota and has been working with a community abroad for a year or more, please contact MINN to be included in the next edition of the MINN Global Report at [email protected]. The report is a great opportunity to gain visibility for your NGO’s important work abroad. Don’t forget, MINN is looking to connect with all organizations doing good abroad, not just registered nonprofits. Church groups, social enterprises and more traditional charities working abroad are all considered international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).

MINN thanks the following international NGOs participating in the MINN Global Report 2015-16

The Advocates for Human Rights
Africa Solution Foundation
American Refugee Committee
American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA)
Arm In Arm In Africa
Books For Africa
Carmen Pampa Fund
Center for Victims of Torture
Children's HeartLink
Compatible Technology International
Dodoma Tanzania Health Development
EOS International
Ethiopia Reads
Faith Center
Faith Center
FAPEFE (Fondation des Femmes Actives Pour la Promotion de l'éducation et de l'enfant)
Food for His Children
Friends of Africa Education
Give Us Wings
Global Citizens Network
Global Horizons for Women
Global Volunteers
H2O for Life
HMCHA (Holistic Ministry of Children of the Horn of Africa)
Honoring Women Worldwide
Hope Multipurpose, Inc. (HMI)
Humanitarian Services for Children of Vietnam (HSCV)
Iringa Hope
Land O'Lakes International Development
Logos Center
Maestral International
Mary's Pence
Minnesota-Uruguay Partners of the Americas
No Time For Poverty
Nonviolent Peaceforce 
OneVillage Partners
Operation Bootstrap Africa
Pathways to Children Foundation
Rural Health Care Initiative 
Tanzania Life Project
Ubuntu Community Partnership
Uniting Distant Stars, Inc.
WellShare International 
World Vision