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How one Ebola treatment center underwent a dramatic change of purpose

Sam Holder led us up a narrow bush path towards John Logan Town, a small city deep in the forests of Grand Bassa County in northern Liberia. It took two hours driving to get here from the main road, along a deeply rutted and often flooded dirt track. Eventually the water was too deep for even a Land Cruiser to get through and the only passage was on foot, using slippery logs to cross the swollen streams.

NGO Alliance Condemns MSF hospital attack in Kunduz, Afghanistan

Media Contact: Burt Edwards, InterAction: 202.552.6554 (office) or 703.861.8237(cell) or bedwards@interaction.org

WASHINGTON – On October 3, 2015, a U.S. airstrike killed 22 people at a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Speaking in response, InterAction President and CEO Sam Worthington said:

We're Not Done Yet: The Road to Eliminating Mother to Child Transmission of HIV

Less than a decade ago, HIV positive women like Martha Cameron from Kitwe, Zambia, had little hope of having healthy children. Today, Martha and others like her are not only staying healthy, but also having healthy babies.

“Today, I am going to die” — A Syrian refugee's story

Ahmed’s hands hovered over the tea cups and he paused, sucking in his breath. When he spoke, it was barely above a whisper. “That’s when I surrendered myself,” he said. “To this certainty: today, I am going to die.”

Ahmed, 32, is a Syrian refugee living in northern Lebanon with his family. Just a few years ago, he was working at a prominent job and living in his own home with his wife and two children, busy, successful, and satisfied.

Refugee crisis: We must not forget where needs are greatest

We have all seen the heartbreaking imagery of refugees desperately trying to escape war and persecution for the safety of Europe. Some, like the now infamous photograph of Syrian man Laith Majid in tears clutching his two children just off the Greek Island of Kos, have ended happily. Others, notably the lifeless body of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi on the shores of Turkey, ended tragically.

An Opening and an Opportunity in Central America

Ambassador Daniel Speckhard, president & CEO of Lutheran World Relief, wrote this op-ed that was published by The Hill on Sept. 3, 2015.

The House on the Hill

The Light House of Hill : How the government and people of developing and under-developed countries can play vital role for the development of educational institutions and places in remote areas.

Five things you should know about children in armed conflict

The first thing that may come to mind when thinking about children in armed conflict is the use of child soldiers. Images of small boys and girls with faces covered in dirt and war paint, awkwardly hugging rifles close to their bodies that seem almost as tall as them, fill our minds.

Providing Aid to the People, Needing Peace as the Crisis Continues

This July marks the 4 year anniversary of independence in South Sudan. However, in its current state there remains very little to celebrate in the young country.


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InterAction has a new Twitter handle, @NGOvoices, to support policy and advocacy campaigns across the InterAction coalition. We look to engage the public on global development and humanitarian topics by reaching a wide range of stakeholders including Congressional staff, academic institutions, private sector companies, the media and civil society organizations. Our goal is to amplify key policy topics such as global food and nutrition security, as well as to better coordinate with InterAction coalition members on advocacy and influence social media campaigns. Please follow @NGOvoices.