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Latest News Releases

May 23, 2016
The world is witnessing the highest level of human suffering since World War II. Wars and natural disasters have disrupted or destroyed the livelihoods of about 125 million people, 60 million of which were forced to flee their homes. There are scores of protracted and recurring crises that keep...
May 16, 2016
On May 26-27, leaders from seven of the world’s major advanced economies will meet in Ise-Shima, Japan for the 2016 G7 Summit. The first summit since the adoption of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, G7 leaders meeting in Japan will discuss a number of policy questions vital to global efforts...

Latest Issue Briefs and Reports

May 23, 2016
As part of its outreach around the World Humanitarian Summit, InterAction released a statement (as prepared) by CEO Sam Worthington given for the World Humanitarian Summit Stakeholders Announcement Plenary on 24 May 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey.
May 23, 2016
As part of its outreach around the World Humanitarian Summit, InterAction released a statement (as prepared) by CEO Sam Worthington given for the High Level Roundtable on Upholding the Norms That Safeguard Humanity on 24 May 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Latest Multimedia

May 19, 2016
Listen to audio only. The global digital revolution has transformed how iNGOs communicate, collaborate, advocate, educate, coordinate, and deliver programs. Kickstarter and other crowdfunding apps have opened new lines of funding for civil society groups around the globe, empowering tech and social...
May 19, 2016
Listen to audio only.  On the occasion of her visit to the United States, UK Secretary of State for International Development The Rt. Hon. Justine Greening, MP,  joined USAID Administrator Gayle Smith to share their thoughts on the future of humanitarian assistance and international development.

Latest Member News

May 19, 2016
SAN DIEGO - May 19, 2016 - A team of volunteers sent by San Diego-based International Relief Teams (IRT) will head just south of Ensenada, Baja California on Sunday, May 22 to provide eyeglasses to residents of Maneadero, one of the poorest communities in the area. In partnership with the Ensenada...
Apr 15, 2016
Los Angeles/London—International Medical Corps is deploying members of its emergency response team to Japan to assess the needs after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit the southwestern city of Kumamoto-shi. The earthquake, which struck at 1:25 am local time on April 16, comes just one day after a 6.2-...

Latest Blogs

The 2016 G7 Summit: Successes Thus Far

As with most major international summits, real, change-affecting policy is written long before the heads of government arrive in the host nation. This year is proving to be no different.

U.S. Zika Funding: A Race Against the Rain

TJ McCloud, OneWorld Health's Central America Director, speaks to the emerging threat of the Zika virus, the need for action and the preventative steps being taken to combat the disease throughout Nicaragua.

Latest InterAction in the News

May 09, 2016
On April 2 the Guardian Development Network ran an op-ed by InterAction CEO Sam Worthington calling on President Obama to lead the way on protecting civilians in conflict and restoring global respect for international humanitarian law. An excerpt of the op-ed is enclosed below. Read the full op-ed...
Apr 29, 2016
Raed Al Saleh has seen the city of Aleppo in dire straits before. As the head of theSyrian Civil Defense, he leads missions to find survivors after air raids and missile strikes. But this week even he was shocked by the intensity of the attacks. The past few days in Aleppo are the worst the city...