The Mulago Foundation is a private foundation focused on high impact philanthropy: investing in charities and philanthropic opportunities that have the highest impact. The foundation was originally envisioned by Rainer Arnold, a San Francisco pediatrician and philanthropist, who taught at Mulago Hospital, Kenya. The foundation was officially created after Rainer Arnold’s death in 1993 by his brother Henry Arnold.


The Mulago Foundation: How we think about impact

Posted on September 25, 2009 by The Mulago Foundation

Measuring impact is always a hot topic with institutional foundations. However, methodologies for measuring impact are often densely theoretical and difficult to imagine implemented in practice on a broad scale. This is especially true if you try to apply impact measurement to the activities of smaller funders. This two-page paper by the Mulago Foundation on how they think about measurement… Read More