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Fear of Deportation Exacts Toll on Children’s Mental Health

The mental health of young people is a growing concern for U.S. society as a whole, but But for undocumented youths or young citizens with undocumented relatives, the emotional or mental issues they grapple with are a multifaceted ordeal.

May 21, 2018
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From Policy to Practice: Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services in Emergency Settings

Adults are nearly three times more likely to develop mental health conditions in conflict settings, with 22% likely to…

November 28, 2022
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MEMBERS ONLY: Bridging the Gap from Policy to Practice on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services in Emergency Settings

April 4, 2022

Mental Health and Well-being of INGO Staff

May 9, 2022
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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.
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Strengthen the Global Community Through Educational Investments

The data is clear—too many children worldwide are not learning. An estimated 244 million children and youth between the ages…

November 1, 2022

2021 G20 Summit Recommendations

April 28, 2021
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2021 InterAction Annual Award Winners

Every year, InterAction’s annual awards recognize outstanding leaders within the global development and humanitarian sectors. These are leaders who are…

April 14, 2021
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A Global Day of Action for Children’s Rights

Since 1954, World Children’s Day has been celebrated as a time to advocate, promote, and honor children’s rights. On November…

November 20, 2019
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Accountable from Afar: Girls at the Border

I read about them in passing: a child-mother with breast milk stains on her shirt, holding a listless toddler; a…

July 19, 2019