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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.

September 20, 2018
A small child eats a nutritional supplement meal provided by USAID in Yemen, while her mom holds her.
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Let’s Remember Refugee Girls

In countries affected by conflict, girls are nearly three times more likely to be out of school than boys. With the appropriations season in full swing, Congress must prioritize funding for education programs that reach the most vulnerable – including refugee girls.

April 30, 2019
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Trapped in Conflict: Evaluating Scenarios to Assist At-Risk Civilians

In April 2015, the International Committee of the Red Cross and InterAction convened a closed-door roundtable to discuss options for…

April 11, 2019
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Government Shutdown Could Threaten U.S. Investments in Life-Saving Programs

"Shutdowns affect more than the egos of a few politicians."

December 21, 2018
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A Case for Gender Equality on this Day and Every Day

Despite remarkable progress, gender inequality and disempowerment still persist and are a root cause of many barriers to sustainable development around the world.

October 11, 2018
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InterAction Fellowship Program Welcomes First Cohort

Four established leaders from the international nonprofit community have joined InterAction in its first fellowship program cohort.

October 5, 2018
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Could Family Separation Increase Human Trafficking Risk for Immigrant Children?

Confusion and desperation in regard to immigration policies fuels human trafficking around the globe. Beyond the immediate dangers, the separation of children from their families only adds to the mental and emotional anguish of children who’ve already endured much on their way to the U.S. Southern border.

July 17, 2018
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Indigenous People: Human Trafficking’s Overlooked Casualties

Today, aboriginal people endure poverty, illness and human rights abuses at far higher rates than the rest of the world.

March 6, 2018
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Community Reactions to Cut-off in Foreign Assistance to Northern Triangle Countries

Cutting off poverty-alleviating and violence-reducing assistance in Central America runs counter to American values and interests.

May 8, 2019
school children stand at a railing smiling
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Course Materials For Preventing Sexual Exploitation And Abuse

InterAction developed several tools and resources to establish a sustainable policy framework and staff capacity to prevent and respond to sexual exploitation and abuse at all levels of an organization. The training guides, resources and handouts are available for download.

April 5, 2019