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Drought and Famine in the Horn of Africa

Africa remains disproportionately affected by the impacts of climate change despite producing only 2–3% of the world’s global emissions.

August 29, 2022
Working Group

Horn of Africa Working Group

January 5, 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
Press Release

Media Alert: Horn of Africa | Experts Available for Interview | New Data | Photos for Use

InterAction curates content from our Member organizations for journalists—creating a one-stop shop for experts, data, and information around specific topics.

October 14, 2022
Blog Post

NGO Consortium in Horn of Africa Proves Critical to Humanitarian Efforts

The consortium elevates NGO voices to promote critical needs to the highest level of stakeholder.

March 21, 2019
Djiboutian students participate in a learning activity as U.S. Soldiers from Charlie Company, 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion deployed to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), teach English lessons March 9, 2018 in Obock, Djibouti. Through key leader engagements and English discussion groups, the civil affairs team works to further improve relations between the local national populace and U.S. forces, develop a greater understanding of the Tadjoura and Obock regions, fill information gaps, coordinate future missions and maintain access to key areas.
Blog Post

Mindful Spending: Incorporating Psychological Health Into Foreign Aid

It is a well-known fact that war has disparate psychological effects on all those involved—from refugees to soldiers to the…

October 14, 2022
Members of CRS-supported SILC groups (Savings and Internal Lending Communities) dance together during a meeting in Awaradoni village, Upper East Region, Ghana. These women have begun making and selling shea nut butter, straw baskets, and parboiled rice ever since interrupted weather patterns related to climate change have inhibited their abilities to earn livelihoods through farming. Awaradoni village, Talensi District, Upper East Region, Ghana, West Africa. March 19, 2016 - Photo by Jake Lyell for CRS.
Blog Post

110+ NGOs Call on Congress to Appropriate Emergency Resources for Food Insecurity, Humanitarian Action & Global COVID-19 Response

Dear Speaker Pelosi, Majority Leader Schumer, Minority Leader McCarthy, Minority Leader McConnell, Chairwoman DeLauro, Chairman Leahy, Vice Chairman Shelby, and…

May 6, 2022
Blog Post

Building Resilience to Fight Climate Change

We must tackle climate change if we want to tackle poverty. Building resilience is critical.

September 27, 2018
Blog Post

CEO Pledge on Preventing Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment by and of NGO Staff

The CEO Pledge on Preventing Sexual Abuse, Exploitation, and Harassment by and of NGO Staff represents our commitment to practices and policies that will not only protect our own staff, but also the communities we serve.

March 28, 2018

Compact Signatories

April 29, 2022