Water.org
117 W 20th St
Ste 203
Kansas City MO 64108
Ghana Kids at Well
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 877-8400
Mission Statement
We envision the day when everyone in the world can take a safe drink of water. It is easy to take for granted ready access to a safe supply of drinking water. Yet nearly one billion people lack this most basic commodity. Creating accessible, safe water supplies in developing countries liberates people to live healthier, fuller, more productive lives.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Gary J White
Board Chair Ms. Lynn Taliento
Board Chair Company Affiliation Partner | McKinsey & Company, Social Sector Practice
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1993
Former Names
WaterPartners International
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement We envision the day when everyone in the world can take a safe drink of water. It is easy to take for granted ready access to a safe supply of drinking water. Yet nearly one billion people lack this most basic commodity. Creating accessible, safe water supplies in developing countries liberates people to live healthier, fuller, more productive lives.
Background Statement
Water.org is empowering millions of individuals around the world with access to safe water and sanitation, ensuring a better life for generations ahead.
 
In 2014, through your generous support we celebrated an important milestone, access to safe water and sanitation for one million people through WaterCredit, our microfinance solution. Just this year, we reached more than 500,000 people with this solution, a 150 percent increase from last year. The accelerated impact of WaterCredit is evidence that our foundational investment is paying dividends. it’s proof of the true exponential promise of WaterCredit.
Impact Statement

Water Programs. During FY 15, Water.org funded clean water and sanitation programs in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Haiti, India, Kenya, Honduras, Peru, Indonesia, Philippines, and and Uganda. Through water, sanitation and hygiene programs, Water.org reached more than 545,000 individuals with access to clean drinking water and/or improved sanitation. This intervention provides an immediate and sustainable improvement in the quality of life for people in developing countries.

 

Water.org continued activities in partnership with the PepsiCo Foundation and the Caterpillar Foundation.  From these activities, Water.org anticipates reaching more than 1,000,000 people in urban and rural areas with safe water and/or sanitation services in a minimum of five states in India by 2016. In addition, Water.org continued a program with the MasterCard Foundation that served 180,000 beneficiaries in Kenya in 2015. 


 

Needs Statement
  1. Dramatically increase the number of lives improved with access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene. 
  2. Continue leadership with innovative approaches to addressing the global water and sanitation crisis through WaterCredit and WaterCredit Advisory Services.
  3. Increase dollars raised by increasing and retaining donors.
  4. Increase visibility and awareness of Water.org.
  5. Strengthen and scale the organization to optimally administer a $30M annual budget.
Service Categories
International Development
Public Health
Economic Development
Areas of Service
International
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

"Water.org has a highly functional board that is actively engaged in contributing to the organization. This governing board is very involved with the staff in the strategic planning and budgeting processes and is also engaged in the organization's fundraising activities.

 

I decided to get involved with the supply of clean water and sanitation after researching a variety of environmental and health problems. I was introduced to Water.org in 2006 by Jonathan Greenblatt, one of the founders of Ethos Water. I found Water.org's work and mission to be right on target and felt a great affinity with other members of the organization and board. I joined the Board in 2006.
 
 
The overarching challenge facing Water.org is the need to raise awareness in the community about the necessity of clean drinking water around the world, and the funds to address this crisis."
 
- Ari Chaney
Programs
Description

Where it is most needed, we extend grants to local partners to drill wells or build toilets. We carefully select our partners and build quality assurances into the design of each program. To ensure these solutions endure, we invest in rigorous partner training and monitoring. Communities share in the cost and lead in the effort. To learn more about this approach, visit http://water.org/solutions/ 

Category International, Foreign Affairs & National Security, General/Other International Development
Population Served International, Asia, Africa
Short-Term Success

The health and economic impacts of today’s global water crisis are staggering.

More than 3.4 million people die each year from water, sanitation, and hygiene-related causes. Nearly all deaths, 99 percent, occur in the developing world.

  • 2.5 billion people lack access to improved sanitation; 1.1 billion still practice open defecation.
  • Lack of access to clean water and sanitation kills children at a rate equivalent of a jumbo jet crashing every four hours.
  • 443 million school days are lost each year due to water-related illness.
  • Women and children bear the primary responsibility for water collection in the majority of households. This is time not spent working at an income-generating job, caring for family members, or attending school.

The Good News

We know how to bring people clean water and improved sanitation. We’re not waiting for a magic cure. And the solutions are simple and cost-effective. On average, every US dollar invested in water and sanitation provides an economic return of eight US dollars. For only $25, Water.org can bring someone access to clean water for life

Long-Term Success While drilling a well can be easy, delivering water and sanitation solutions that are sustainable in the long haul is not and involves a number of important components. Visit water.org/solutions to learn about our program philosophy, which has been refined based on field experience gained over the past twenty years.
Program Success Monitored By

Water.org backs its commitment to sustainability with rigorous monitoring and evaluation, and original research programs. Historically, few non-governmental organizations have conducted systematic studies of the sustainability of their water supply projects. The above studies represent a significant step towards quantifying success and identifying opportunities for improvement.

Under Water.org’s rigorous monitoring and evaluation process, local partner organizations are required to submit program and financial progress reports on a quarterly basis, and to evaluate their projects after the first year of completion to measure what outcomes have emerged from the project and what lessons they have learned to guide future efforts. We constantly refine our overall monitoring and evaluation processes to ensure accountability on the part of our partners.

Examples of Program Success

The shortage of safe water has been a critical problem for the people living in the rural village of Kokeb Tsibah (Gradender), located in Wereda Gulo-Mekeda. In the absence of a better option, the community has been drinking water from an unprotected source for a long period of time.

After a community-led project to get a borehole drilled, the people living in the village are now able to get clean and safe water nearby thanks to Water.org and Water.org's partner, REST. The time the community used to spend searching for water has been reduced, providing them with time for engaging in different activities and to have some rest.

Girmawit Alema, age 15, lives in the village of Kokeb Tsibah (Gradender) and is one of the beneficiaries of the harbor shallow borehole. She shared:

“Before the intervention, we were suffering a lot in getting water for our daily consumption and other household uses. For example, I was forced to get up early in the morning each day and trek a long journey to the water source. I then had to queue and wait for more than 15 minutes to collect the water,” said Girmawit. “I usually collected only one jerry can (20L) per day because it was too far to fetch more than one. As a result, the amount of water I used to collect every day was very limited and was never enough for household use. I had to use it very economically and it was also unclean and unpleasant to see,” she added.

Now the problem of collecting water has passed. Young girls like Girmawit Alema are now able to easily obtain enough water each day for use. The water is near their home and there is no more need to walk at night or early in the morning to look for it. This enables Girmawit and community residents to increase their consumption of water. The availability of clean and safe water in the village has allowed the community to use it for personal and environmental sanitation as well.

Description Pioneered in 2003, WaterCredit  allows individuals to access loans for water connections or toilets. By assisting those who lack the financial resources to pay upfront for new water and sanitation facilities, WaterCredit empowers people to address their own needs with affordable financing. As the loans are repaid, WaterCredit "recycles" the capital to make more loans with that same initial investment. An investment in WaterCredit can reach five to ten times as many people as a traditional grant over a ten year period. To learn more about WaterCredit, visit http://water.org/solutions/watercredit/
Category International, Foreign Affairs & National Security, General/Other International Health Care Assistance
Population Served International, Asia,
Short-Term Success WaterCredit borrowers typically have no credit history or formal education, however with a remarkable 99 percent global repayment rate, WaterCredit is a safe, stable and life-saving investment. Once a high risk experiment, WaterCredit is now changing the face of the water crisis.
Long-Term Success

WaterCredit is working. It’s transforming lives. It’s gaining momentum. To date, WaterCredit has empowered more than one million people in five countries with access to safe water and sanitation. 

Program Success Monitored By
This program does not have a completion date because it is anticipated that the revolving loan fund will continue to make loans for new projects. The timeframe for measuring initial success will be the period starting with the initial loans and associated projects and completing with the final repayment of the initial loan approximately 3 years after the launch of the program. 
Water.org works with carefully selected financial institutions to help them see that people living in poverty can be customers. We then help them build
capacity to offer affordable financing for water and sanitation loans. This sustainable economic activity between lenders and their communities lasts after the initial loan is repaid. It is creating a permanent change in economic potential and quality of life for an entire community
 
Examples of Program Success

To see more stories about the success of WaterCredit, visit http://water.org/solutions/watercredit/ 

A WaterCredit loan covered the costs of materials and installation of a large rainwater collection tank or this family in Uganda. They use the water for household chores, and sell the excess to neighbors and local businesses for a small profit.

Toilets + safe drinking water are the ultimate combo when it comes to improving health and home. A mother  in Kenya took a WaterCredit loan to install pit toilets at her home. Because her water connection is piped in, there is no danger of contamination from the new toilets. Easy access to plentiful water and private, nearby toilets means she can spend her time raising chickens, working in the garden, and managing her home. 

 
Description
Water.org selects partner organizations in developing countries with a strong success record of implementing safe water and sanitation projects. As part of its capacity-building efforts, water.org certified 8 new partner organizations in 2013.
 
Water.org maintains liaison offices in both India and Kenya. 
Category None of the above
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Short-Term Success Increase year over year number of certified partner organizations
Long-Term Success

We believe people in developing countries know best how to solve their own problems. That's why we forge partnerships with carefully-screened, indigenous partner organizations that understand, and are part of, the local culture. The result: a solution tailored to the needs of each community, instead of a technological fix the community has no way of maintaining. More benefits:

 

  • Locally-based partners are better positioned to understand and navigate social, political, and economic issues impacting projects.
  • Locally-based partners have more savvy at leveraging local financial resources for cost-sharing in projects.
  • Local expertise exists to implement projects.
  • Working through local partners is more cost effective than maintaining expatriate staff.

 

Because Water.org is not tied to any single partner organization, we constantly search for and fund the organizations producing the highest quality projects.

Program Success Monitored By

Water.org has an unbeatable track record of project success. Learn more about our project monitoring at http://water.org/solutions/

 

 
Examples of Program Success Certification of new partner organizations.
Description
Water.org raises awareness of the global water crisis and its efforts to address it through a variety of mediums, including, but not limited to:
  •  Websites: water.org, watercredit.org
  •  Social media outreach on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest;
  •  Celebrity engagement;
  •  Strategic partnerships;
  •  Traditional media relations;
  •  Distribution of electronic newsletter and annual report;
  •  Cause marketing efforts;
  •  Sharing stories, photos and videos captured in the filed through our website; 
  •  and Presentations at top conferences around the world.
As part of its online outreach efforts, water.org developed the following new websites: power.water.org; give.water.org; and campaign-specific waterday.org and toiletday.org. 
 
Category None of the above
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Short-Term Success Increase awareness of the Water Crisis, and Water.org's work
Long-Term Success Increase awareness of the Water Crisis, and Water.org's work
Program Success Monitored By Increase in web traffic, Facebook and Twitter presence. Strategic partnerships are strengthened and increased. Greater participation in Water and Toilet Days. 
Examples of Program Success

 

  • 79,969 Likes on Facebook
  • 632,000 followers on twitter
  •  "Matt Damon Goes On Strike!" video viewed 1,125,447 times on YouTube
  • "The Power of Water" video viewed 13,986 times on YouTube

 

CEO Comments
Safe water is essential to human life and it is indispensable to every aspect of human prosperity: education, health, job creation and commerce. Together, by ensuring all people have access to safe water and sanitation, we are creating a cycle of opportunity from the current cycle of poverty.
 
In 2013 we celebrated an important milestone toward our shared mission of ending the water crisis. We enabled access to safe water and sanitation for one million people through WaterCredit, our microfinance solution. In 2013 alone, we reached more than 500,000 people with this solution; a 150 percent increase from last year. The accelerated impact of WaterCredit is evidence that our foundational investment is paying dividends. It's proof of the true exponential promise of WaterCredit.
 
And, the promise of WaterCredit is much greater than the safe water and sanitation it provides. Innovative solutions such as WaterCredit will not only help end the water crisis, but transform lives by empowering girls to attend school, women to secure jobs, children to stay healty and communities to gain prosperity.
 
The transformative power of water is the reason we must continue to pilot, scale and disseminate new solutions that address the challenges of capital, accountability and participation. It's why we must continue to advocate on a global level to ensure water access remains a priority issue to be addressed by all. To succeed in solving the water crisis, collaboration between busninesses, governments, non-governmental organizations and individuals is critical. Only together will we make the necessary and important progress to end this solvable crisis.
 
Thank you for your unwavering support of and belief in our vision. By ensuring all people can take a safe drink of water and experience the dignity of a toilet, we will create a cycle of opportunity from the current cycle of poverty--giving women hope, children health and communities a future.  
 
- Gary White
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Gary J White
Term Start Feb 1990
Experience

Gary White is Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Water.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people in the developing world to gain access to safe water and sanitation. (Water.org is the resulting organization of the July 2009 merger between WaterPartners, co-founded by White in 1990, and H2O Africa, co-founded by actor Matt Damon). White’s entrepreneurial vision has driven innovations in the way water and sanitation projects are delivered and financed, and these innovations now serve as a model in the sector.

 

Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start
Compensation Last Year
Senior Staff
Title Director of Finance and Administration
Experience/Biography Kean comes to Water.org with 20 years experience in finance and operations management with financial services, insurance and healthcare organizations after several years in public accounting. A2010 "CFO of the Year" awardee from the KC Business Journal. She currently serves as board member and treasurer of the Central Exchange Education Foundation, and is current board member of the foundation focused on financial literacy. She is past president and board member of the Institute of Management Accountants and a member of the American Institute of CPA’s, the Missouri Society of CPA’s and several industry associations.
Title President
Experience/Biography

Schorsch comes to Water.org with more than 20 years of experience in strategic consulting, consumer marketing, and operational leadership. From 1992-2000, Schorsch helped build the Starbucks brand, from just 150 stores to a global company. During her time, she served in multiple capacities within marketing, ultimately serving as Vice-President, Retail Marketing for North America. Schorsch also served as Regional Vice-President, Northwest, and in this capacity she was responsible for a $100 million business, 200 stores, and a 3,500-member team.

Schorsch also served as strategic advisor and Vice-President, Marketing at Trusera, an online network for health that launched in 2007 to connect people with shared health experiences to one another. She began her career as a consultant at Bain & Company, a leading global management consulting firm based in Boston, MA. Schorsch has served in an advisory and board-level capacity at numerous nonprofit organizations in the Seattle, WA area.

Title Director of International Programs
Experience/Biography

Thorsten joined Water.org in 2007. As the Director of International Programs, Thorsten oversees the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of Water.org’s water and sanitation programs. Thorsten also works closely with the Development and Communications teams on donor and special public relations projects.

Thorsten brings nearly fifteen years of experience in non-profit management, advocacy, research, and evaluation to Water.org. He spent several years in program and executive positions at resource conservation and smart growth organizations in the United States and served as a board member for non-profit groups specializing in international development. Thorsten has worked in advocacy, advisory, and research roles with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and several state and local government agencies. While pursuing master’s and doctoral degrees in international planning, Rich evaluated the sustainability of multiple rural water systems in Peru and Ghana on behalf of the World Bank and studied public-private water and sanitation partnerships in Asia. He has also participated in an international development education and training program abroad in India.

Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 57
Paid Part-Time Staff 1
Volunteers 0
Paid Contractors 0
Retention Rate 91%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments
"The consistency of the staff leadership over the course of our history is one of Water.org's greatest strengths. The original leadership is still in place to manage and guide the organization. We have made sure that our growing staff continues to reflect the passion and drive established at the launch of Water.org. The engineering backgrounds of the co-founders brought a level of planning and analysis to the organization that is frequently missing in the non-profit sector. We have developed a management style that is driven by goal setting and monitoring a set of metrics that allows us to assess the performance of the organization in terms of finance, management, and program efforts. The co-founders worked hard to spur the development of a strong and active board of directors. The board has grown and matured to a state that has allowed it to take the lead in developing strategic plans and fulfilling its governance mandate. It is always a challenge for a board to step outside the shadow of organizational founders and the security of deferring to the judgment for the founders. However, I believe Water.org has achieved a very healthy balance between responsibilities of the staff and those of the board.
 
I think the most telling commentary on the strength and effectiveness of our board is the feedback and stories I hear from colleagues in the nonprofit sector. I feel Water.org is incredibly fortunate to have a board that actively participates, provides generous personal financial support, leads in fundraising efforts, and challenges the staff as part of their role in governance."
 
- Gary White
Board Chair
Board Chair Ms. Lynn Taliento
Company Affiliation Partner | McKinsey & Company, Social Sector Practice
Term Oct 2013 to Mar 2017
Email info@water.org
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Cortney Erin Facebook
Ms. Cynthia Fisher WaterRev
Ms. Jodi Kahn
Dr. Paul G. J. O'Connell President & Partner, FDO Partners, LLC
Mr. Keith Quinn Paramount Digital Entertainment
Mr. Andy Sareyan CEO and President, Andrews McMeel Universa
Mr. Adam Schechter Merck
Ms. Hilary Schneider
Ms. Lynn Taliento McKinsey & Company
Mr. Larry Tanz Vuguru, LLc
Mr. Terry Trayvick Mission Business Solutions
Ms. Paula Veale Ad Counci
Mr. James Whims Partner, Alsop-Louie Partners
Mr. Gary J White Water.org
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 1
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 13
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 8
Female 6
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 84%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 73%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 0%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Board Governance
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Finance
Program / Program Planning
CEO Comments
"The consistency of the staff leadership over the course of our history is one of Water.org's greatest strengths. The original leadership is still in place to manage and guide the organization. We have made sure that our growing staff continues to reflect the passion and drive established at the launch of Water.org. The engineering backgrounds of the co-founders brought a level of planning and analysis to the organization that is frequently missing in the non-profit sector. We have developed a management style that is driven by goal setting and monitoring a set of metrics that allows us to assess the performance of the organization in terms of finance, management, and program efforts. The co-founders worked hard to spur the development of a strong and active board of directors. The board has grown and matured to a state that has allowed it to take the lead in developing strategic plans and fulfilling its governance mandate. It is always a challenge for a board to step outside the shadow of organizational founders and the security of deferring to the judgment for the founders. However, I believe Water.org has achieved a very healthy balance between responsibilities of the staff and those of the board.
 
I think the most telling commentary on the strength and effectiveness of our board is the feedback and stories I hear from colleagues in the nonprofit sector. I feel Water.org is incredibly fortunate to have a board that actively participates, provides generous personal financial support, leads in fundraising efforts, and challenges the staff as part of their role in governance."
 
- Gary White
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Oct 01, 2015
Fiscal Year End Sept 30, 2016
Projected Revenue $1,980,283
Projected Expenses $19,905,562
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 9/30/2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.  
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
 
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$20,963,726$15,287,180$12,050,343
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Federal----$0
State----$0
Local----$0
Unspecified$0$0$0
Individual Contributions----$0
$149,035$121,157$110,167
$0$0$0
Investment Income, Net of Losses$78,114$63,705$21,389
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$0$0$0
Revenue In-Kind$73,836$62,138$33,843
Other$78,114$1,160$1,179
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$9,919,835$8,329,281$6,799,837
Administration Expense$1,898,801$1,688,353$1,300,800
Fundraising Expense$1,279,120$1,326,745$1,189,992
Payments to Affiliates----$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.621.371.31
Program Expense/Total Expenses76%73%73%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue6%9%10%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$24,624,804$16,334,615$12,305,114
Current Assets$23,239,163$15,482,100$11,549,659
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$1,381,521$1,183,864$1,385,047
Total Net Assets$23,243,283$15,150,751$10,920,067
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities16.8213.088.34
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $6,302,746 --Anonymous $2,099,441
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $3,609,892 --Anonymous $1,600,000
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $1,913,385 --Anonymous $1,532,313
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments

Safe water is essential to human life and it is indispensable to every aspect of human prosperity; education, health, job creation and commerce. Together, by ensuring all people have access to safe water and sanitation, we are creating a cycle of opportunity from the current cycle of poverty.

This year we celebrated an important milestone towards our shared mission of ending the water crisis. We enabled access to safe water and sanitation for one million people through WaterCredit, our

microfinance solution. In 2013 alone, we reached more than 500,000 people with this solution, a 150 percent increase from last year. The accelerated impact of WaterCredit is evidence that our foundational investment is paying dividends. It’s proof of the true exponential promise of WaterCredit.

And, the promise of WaterCredit is much greater than the safe water and sanitation it provides. Innovative solutions such as WaterCredit will not only help end the water crisis, but also transform lives by empowering girls to attend school, women to secure jobs, children to stay healthy and communities to gain prosperity.

The transformative power of water is the reason we must continue to pilot, scale and disseminate new solutions that address the challenges of capital, accountability and participation. It’s why we must continue to advocate on a global level to ensure water access remains a priority issue to be addressed by all. To succeed in solving the water crisis, collaboration between businesses, governments, non-governmental organizations and individuals is critical. Only together will we make the necessary and important progress to end this solvable crisis.

Thank you for your unwavering support of and belief in our vision. By ensuring all people can take a safe drink of water and experience the dignity of a toilet, we will create a cycle of opportunity from the current cycle of poverty – giving women hope, children health and communities a future.

Organization Name Water.org
Address 117 W 20th St
Ste 203
Kansas City, MO 64108
Primary Phone (816) 877-8400
Contact Email donorcare@water.org
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Gary J White
Board Chair Ms. Lynn Taliento
Board Chair Company Affiliation Partner | McKinsey & Company, Social Sector Practice
Year of Incorporation 1993
Former Names
WaterPartners International