Found 8 results for
Blog Post

Meet Kathryn (Katie) Striffolino

Like most true humanitarians, Kathryn (Katie) Striffolino is driven by her love of travel and of going above and beyond…

August 16, 2019
Blog Post

Empowering Communities Through Handwashing & Entrepreneurship

Although handwashing can be a low-cost intervention when safe water is accessible, the practice is often limited by a lack of hygiene education.

December 10, 2018
Young girl standing over a well, cups water in her hand and it slowly drips out
Blog Post

In Kenya, a mother’s love, a daughter’s bravery

Together, Chiluke and Botu Ali have made a stand and said “no more” to FGM.

November 26, 2018
Blog Post

GAO reviews ongoing banking challenges affecting the nonprofit sector

Banking regulations could inadvertently disrupt humanitarian and development assistance.

October 3, 2018
Graphic showing expense report and calculator
Blog Post

World Humanitarian Day: A Team Sport

World Humanitarian Day is a moment to acknowledge the importance of helping others in dire need and to recognize the great lengths that humanitarian workers go to provide such help.

August 20, 2018
A young child sits in the lap of a humanitarian worker wearing a Save the Children t-shirt
Blog Post

Age Demand Action Platform Fights For the Rights of Older People Around the World

This year, the UN is focused on the urgent need to meet autonomy and independence of older persons without forgetting the urgency to shield them from violence, abuse, and neglect.

July 3, 2018
Blog Post

The Impact and Future of the Global Food Security Act

“Food security is not just about food. It’s about giving farmers in rural areas a disposable income,” said Paul Guenette

March 29, 2018
Blog Post

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