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5 Reasons Why the Climate Crisis Affects African Women More Than African Men

The U.N. estimates that 80% of people displaced by the climate crisis are women, and even among populations that…

November 18, 2022
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COP27: From Climate Adaptation to Climate Mitigation

Only 24% of Africa’s total climate finance needs have been earmarked for adaptation measures, despite the continent being highly…

November 18, 2022
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Conflict-Induced Hunger: Linking the War in Ukraine to the Global Food Insecurity Crisis

Currently, 50 million people worldwide face the risk of famine, a reality exacerbated by the war in Ukraine. After…

August 29, 2022

InterAction’s Global Situation Report 2021

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

July 7, 2021
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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
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The Importance of Learning from “Effects of Causes” and “Causes of Effects” in International Development

In the future, international development organizations and donors should continue with forward causal questioning that leads to learning from immediate development programming experiences but should also prioritize reverse causal reasoning that leads to learning from reflection and broader investigation of a holistic causal chain involved in a development program’s outcomes.

March 19, 2018