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…
Humanitarian Action 101
Humanitarian Action Conundrums: Neutrality
In the current moment, when it seems that everything, including tasks as simple as washing your hands or wearing a…
Language in Protective Humanitarian Action: Practical lessons from Myanmar, Bangladesh and Northeast Nigeria
Speakers explore the importance of language in humanitarian contexts.
NGOs, Humanitarian Action, and Risk Management
Today, humanitarian crises are characterized by increasing risk and uncertainty. Whether in Afghanistan or Yemen, responding to humanitarian needs means…
The U.S. Supports a Deadly, Saudi-Led War in Yemen
A public accounting for Saudi Arabia's conduct in Yemen is critical, and evidence by experts outside the U.S. government should be considered when determining future certifications. InterAction member organizations and other civil society groups should support congressional hearings on this matter and weigh in with both Congress and the State Department about their concerns in Yemen.
Why is Yemen the world’s worst humanitarian crisis?
The war in Yemen is contributing to what the United Nations says could become "the worst famine in the world in 100 years."