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Aug 24, 2015
Global youth unemployment has reached staggering levels. At InterAction Forum 2015, youth delegates from FHI 360 and IREX joined senior leaders from the NGO and corporate world to discuss the challenge of matching young professional’s competencies and job requirements in a global 21st Century...
Aug 10, 2015
New International Committee of the Red Cross and InterAction Report Examines the Challenges of Establishing Civilian Safe Zones Released: July 31, 2015 From Afghanistan to Yemen, there are over 40 armed conflicts currently in progress around the globe. What are the options to provide needed...

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Aug 13, 2015
At this year's InterAction Forum, we discussed key strategies for increasing the online visibility of your nonprofit. Each panelist spoke to their area of expertise: social media, online fundraising, and online marketing and communications. In particular, they discussed best practices to improve...
Jul 08, 2015
The ongoing global crackdown on operating space and freedoms for civil society poses fundamental challenges for the NGO community. The Stand with Civil Society initiative is a 2013 U.S. Government effort to promote a supportive environment for civil society, coordinate diplomatic pressure to push...

Latest Member News

Sep 01, 2015
Los Angeles - Amid escalating fighting for control of Yemen’s third largest city of Taiz, International Medical Corps is calling on the warring parties to provide relief agencies the humanitarian space needed to get emergency aid to civilians trapped in the violence. “Our courageous colleagues in...
Aug 06, 2015
Episcopal Relief & Development has renewed its support of those impacted by the conflict in Syria through the Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches (FMEEC). FMEEC has been responding since the beginning of the crisis more than four years ago, working with host communities and churches...

Latest Blogs

When wells became graves: casualties of war and water in the Central African Republic

A fragile peace may have settled over the forested hills and valleys surrounding Gaga, but people are reminded of the horror that took place here each day when they go about the most mundane of routines: fetching water.

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.

Latest InterAction in the News

Aug 13, 2015
A recently proposed "safe zone" to be carved out in Syria for refugees seeking to escape that country's protracted civil war may not actually prove to be so safe. While the Turkish idea sounds good on paper, analysts say it may expose Syrians who have fled their homes to further violence from...
Jul 02, 2015
BY JESSIE RACK   It's easy to take clean, safe water for granted. It just flows out of taps continuously — even in drought-ridden California.   But for hundreds of millions of people around the world, clean water is a luxury. In many places, even patients in hospitals and kids at school don't have...