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InterAction Quoted

3 Key Development Finance Trends to Watch

With the adoption of the sustainable development goals, a narrative emerged around the need to move from billions to trillions of dollars of financing and that private capital would be key to getting there.

January 23, 2019
InterAction Quoted

Global Compact for Refugees moves forward, but without clear path for implementation

"Concrete data on refugees and host communities is key, and might be difficult to quickly generate, according to Kate Phillips-Barrasso, director of humanitarian policy at InterAction."

August 2, 2018
InterAction Quoted

Advocacy NGO Shining A Light On Sexual Assault Of Aid Workers Set To Close

Former InterAction President Lindsay Coates comments on the closing of Report the Abuse, the pioneering NGO that lifted the lid on the alarming number of cases of sexual abuse and harassment against female aid workers.

August 14, 2017
A woman and her young child walk in the middle of the desert passing by a large makeshift shelter for displaced people.
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DfID’s Lowcock Welcomed As New OCHA Head, But Faces Challenges

Mark Lowcock, the new United Nations humanitarian chief, will have his work cut out for him when he soon takes the reigns of a shrinking U.N. Office for the Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs

May 26, 2017
InterAction Quoted

As the US government shuts down, here’s what you need to know

These shutdowns reduce the quality and effectiveness of aid programs because it results in “the kind of uncertainty, volatility that is detrimental to good planning,” said Noam Unger, InterAction vice president of development policy, advocacy, and learning.

December 22, 2018
Obama in front of congress

Asian Development Fund

February 9, 2021
Blog Post

COVID-19 and the Urgency of Long-Term Strategy

The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging civil society organizations across the world, including the transnational nongovernmental organization (TNGO) sector. This…

June 24, 2020
Blog Post

Choose to Challenge: The Gender Data Gap in Humanitarian Aid

Humanitarian assistance has slowly become more data-focused. This is a positive move for the humanitarian community, as high-quality data can…

March 8, 2021

Conflict & Stabilization Operations

February 9, 2021
Blog Post

Countering Stigmatization In The Humanitarian Response To COVID-19

In most contexts, the social stigma surrounding mental health issues exists because of cultural norms and a lack of understanding…

October 9, 2020