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A journey to hope in Ethiopia

South Sudan has been gripped by conflict for the last six years, causing millions to flee to neighboring Uganda, Ethiopia, and Kenya.

January 25, 2018
Blog Post

Conflict Displacing Thousands in Southern Ethiopia: Report

InterAction met with Refugees International’s Mark Yarnell, Senior Advocate and UN Liaison, who shared insights on the relationship between NGOs working in the region and thecurrent government.

December 7, 2018
Photo of South Sudanese refugee, Nyabong Puak.
Statement

Honoring the Victims of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Crash

InterAction expresses its heartfelt condolences to victims of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday, March 10.

March 11, 2019
Photo of South Sudanese refugee, Nyabong Puak.
Statement

Statement on Deteriorating Humanitarian Conditions in Ethiopia

As the conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region enters its sixth week, there is an escalating risk of a regional political…

December 16, 2020
Blog Post

Statement on Humanitarian Crisis and Ethnic Cleansing in Ethiopia

InterAction released the following statement on the humanitarian crisis and ethnic cleansing in Ethiopia: “For over 11 months, humanitarians have…

October 8, 2021
Blog Post

U.S. Security Partnership and the Protection of Civilians in Ethiopia

The factsheet on U.S. security partnerships and the protection of civilians in Ethiopia is the product of a collaboration…

December 27, 2021
InterAction Quoted

Horn of Africa: Millions suffering due to prolonged drought

Millions of people in the Horn of Africa are suffering from a prolonged drought that is coinciding with the United States's proposal to slash funding for lifesaving food aid.

March 18, 2019
Blog Post

InterAction Statement on Looming Threat of Famine in Tigray

Considering the rapidly-deteriorating situation in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, InterAction released the following statement: The United Nations (U.N.) is…

June 4, 2021
Blog Post

A Wrong Inflicted: Mass Starvation in the 21st Century

Alex de Waal writes that modern famines do not occur by chance, but are rather the consequence of deliberate acts committed by political-military elites in pursuit of their strategic objectives.

May 3, 2019
Blog Post

She’s a Mother of Six, a Refugee and on a Mission to Empower Women

How one South Sudanese woman is making a difference in Ethiopia.

March 29, 2019
Photo of South Sudanese refugee, Nyabong Puak.