About US

Sohna GlobAL

Going Beyond the Fund

We at Sohna understand that clarity, accountability and transparency are crucial underlying principles in the fund management of Civil Society Organisations in Africa and across the world if meaningful change, impact and sustainability are to be realised. This understanding has necessitated our efforts to strengthen both the human capital and institutional capacities of the African Civil Society Organisations to respond better to their common concerns, and to excel beyond their mission and whilst enabling sustainability through sound fund management.

With one eye on impacting our communities, our financial sustainability program for CSOs is one of many significant efforts to meet these ends and provide a firm bridge between funders and their local partners to ultimately reach and transform the most vulnerable societies.

Through partnerships, homegrown research and mutual learning, we hope to improve performance, accountability and impact in global development in the best way possible.

Our hope is to leverage the experience, networking and innovations into solving the day-to-day problems faced by the small to medium sized NGOs at the national level doing so by harnessing the financial, technology and International development background and expertise spanning 18 years for the greater good of the development sector

Sohna Global 

About Sohna Global

A growing passion to see communities succeed

Sohna. GE is the registered name of Purple Leaf Global (PLG), South Africa whose work seeks to provide innovative and scalable enterprise solutions earmarked for community-based organizations, sub-grantee and grantees in Southern Africa and beyond. Sohna works with fund recipients to be financially transparent, offer diversity and equity and showcase their mission and work in the best way possible.

Sohna provides technology, technical support and expertise to these groups and in December 2021 released “Grant Manager”, a software-based tool for effective management of grants firstly being piloted in Zimbabwe before its intended extensions to other regions.