Congressional Leaders Must Reject Proposed Rescissions to International Affairs Budget
"Cuts to vital diplomatic, development, and humanitarian efforts diminish the United States’ ability to respond to and prevent new crises and contribute to a more prosperous world."
InterAction Applauds Congressional Rebuff of Disastrous White House Cuts, Urges Full Funding for International Affairs Budget in FY19
“Countless lives are currently at risk around the world. We are facing the largest displacement crisis since World War II, and 76 million people will require food assistance this year alone. Smart American leadership is needed now more than ever, and we must increase our commitment to the world.” said InterAction President Lindsay Coates
Lawmakers Question USAID Administrator on Budget Request
On the issue of sexual harassment and misconduct, Green said it is an issue that he is paying personal attention to and that earlier this month he met with InterAction.
White House FY19 Budget Proposes Cuts to Critical Foreign Assistance Programs
InterAction CEO Sam Worthington said “The White House’s budget will do damage to poverty-focused development and humanitarian assistance programs already proven to help save lives
Over 100 U.S. NGOs Join InterAction Community Letter Supporting FY 2019 International Affairs Budget
“Foreign assistance provided by the U.S. supports life-altering and life-saving programs for millions around the world,” said InterAction president Lindsay Coates.
InterAction Community Letter Supporting FY2019 International Affairs Budget
Dear Member of Congress, The undersigned members and partners of InterAction urge support for full funding in Fiscal Year 2019…
Trump Budget Cuts Billions Of Dollars From Nonprofit Programs
The Trump administration’s preliminary budget proposal would zero out many nonprofit-administered antipoverty programs in areas including heating assistance, affordable housing, and economic development.
The Global Fragility Act of 2019 (GFA)
The Global Fragility Act (GFA) passed the House of Representatives on May 20, 2019. The bill would streamline and improve programs and efforts within the USG to address violent conflict overseas using a “3D” approach of development, diplomacy, and defense. With bipartisan support, the bill has moved out of the House.
InterAction Launches New Funding Opportunity to Initiate Change in NGO Safeguarding
InterAction with its members are working to change the structural and cultural barriers to addressing sexual harassment and abuse within…