Humat is a search engine for organizations and their projects. This is our first step to unifying efforts and empowering public response.
We aim to empower and connect charitable individuals, organizations, and resources. Our objective is to provide a public driven index, media source, communication link, and networking center for all humanitarian endeavors.
We are a team, passionately creating a remedy to the humanitarian eco-system by empowering people with humanitarian tools they can easily use. With all the brilliant techs in the world, it’s a wonder technology has been so far from humanitarian infrastructure. Experiencing aftermaths of tragedies barehanded has fueled our drive to equip, well, everyone in the world.
The idea for Humat began in 2007. (See Founder’s Story) Humat incorporated in 2012, was built and crashed it’s servers in 2014, and now back in development. After a sharp learning curve, we’ve developed our humanitarian search engine on a scalable, rock-solid platform. With plans revamped and integrating a new design, our re-launch, phase one, is at hand. We have some incredible upcoming tools up our sleeves too!
Seeing our dream come true is an exciting feeling. Helping other humanitarians reach their dream, your dream and cause, is even more fulfilling. Whether you own a non-profit or have a heart to help your neighbor, we want to be there for you. We want to take care of the complicated stuff so you can focus on your friend in need, a family hit by disaster, or even find resources for yourself. At Humat, we truly believe empowering you with efficient tools can turn your 3 steps into 300 steps. If we can impact you and your sphere of influence, we can impact the world.
Humat’s Vision is to be the World’s Humanitarian Connection.
Humat’s Mission is to use information technology to empower humanitarians, collaborate efforts and resources, increase response time, and expand spending power in an online and mobile environment.
VP of MEDIA & PR
AMIT KUMAR SHARMA
If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.MOTHER TERESA
The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.ALBERT EINSTEIN
Anywhere I see suffering, that is where I want to be, doing what I can.PRINCESS DIANA