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Understanding Disinformation in the INGO Sector

We live in an era of unprecedented levels of disinformation—false or misrepresented information created and used exclusively to malign a…

November 18, 2020
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Supporting Vulnerable Children During The Pandemic

Children’s early childhood experiences have long-lasting effects on their health, development, and quality of life. Ensuring children are nourished, cared…

November 17, 2020
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Letter to Appropriators Regarding Minimum Bridge Funding for COVID-19

Dear Chairwoman Lowey, Ranking Member Granger, Chairman Shelby, Vice Chairman Leahy, As some of the largest NGOs that implement and…

March 24, 2020

Regional Trends: Middle East and North Africa

January 6, 2020

2020 Global Situation Report

InterAction presents the 2020 Global Situation Report as a resource highlighting pressing humanitarian and development challenges facing the world in…

January 3, 2020
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Never Too Young to Change the World

It has been 71 years since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) which proclaims the…

December 10, 2019
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An Invisible Threat

Chemical weapons (C.W.) invoke a unique, inherent fear in people in a way most conventional weapons do not, making…

November 30, 2019
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5 Questions About InterAction’s Work with IFAD in East Africa

Under a two-year partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), InterAction is working with agricultural advocacy organizations…

November 7, 2019
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InterAction CEO: Conflict on the Turkish-Syrian Border Must End Through Peaceful Political Process

CEO of InterAction, Sam Worthington, issued the following statement regarding military incursion on the Turkish-Syrian border. “InterAction strongly urges all…

October 10, 2019
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International Day of Democracy

“Democracy is under attack!” Over the last few years, this alarm has grown louder and more frequent, but for a…

September 13, 2019
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