InterAction's Samuel A. Worthington: Stand With the People of Syria

It was just a few years ago that ordinary Syrian citizens were living their lives. Shops were open for business, bakeries were filled with warm Markook flatbread, schools were packed with children, and hospitals were sanctuaries for the sick.

How can data end global poverty? Looking through the lens of the post-2015 agenda

By Judithe Registre, program director for Because I am a Girl Campaign at Plan International USA. Registre is speaking at Gender and the Data Revolution: What's Next? on Friday, June 13 at InterAction's Forum 2014. 

Honoring the Fallen Aid Workers among Us

Humanitarian and development workers can be found all over the world, from Bangui to Beirut, from Gao to Geneva. They range in age, ethnicity, education, and religion. But they all have one thing in common: They believed they could make a change in the world. Some believed they could help their country through conflict or to rebuild after a disaster. Others believed moving away from their family and friends to help others was not a sacrifice but an exciting opportunity. They were fathers or mothers, daughters or sons, husbands or wives – but they were all colleagues and friends.


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