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Nina Jankowicz on How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict

October 15, 2020
Blog Post

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Humanitarian Response, Insights & Experts

InterAction provides tailored Media Alerts highlighting the work our Members are implementing around the world. If you would like…

March 14, 2022
In the News

Russia’s Nefarious Meddling is Nothing Like Democracy Assistance

With continued revelations of Russia’s attempts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a specious narrative has come back into circulation: that Moscow’s campaign of political warfare is no different from U.S.- ­supported democracy assistance.

April 10, 2018
Blog Post

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Leaves Millions Vulnerable to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has displaced 6.5 million and put millions more in need of humanitarian assistance. Without prevention measures…

March 30, 2022
Statement

Statement on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Russia has violated Ukraine’s sovereignty and democracy by invading Ukraine and has put civilians in danger. Independent news outlets…

March 1, 2022
Blog Post

Ukraine: NGOs On The Ground

InterAction provides tailored Media Alerts highlighting the work our Members are implementing around the world. This week’s Media Alert…

February 28, 2022
Statement

InterAction Calls For More Resources for Global Hunger and COVID-19

InterAction fully welcomes the Administration’s request for emergency supplemental funding for security and economic assistance for Ukraine and its continued…

April 29, 2022
Blog Post

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
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.

Annex 1

October 1, 2021