As the largest alliance of international NGOs and partners in the United States, InterAction’s 190 members work in every country. Our mission is to be a leader in the global quest to eliminate extreme poverty and vulnerability, strengthen human rights and citizen participation, safeguard a sustainable planet, promote peace, and ensure dignity for all people. Learn more about InterAction. Please subscribe to our RSS Feed to receive updates on upcoming InterAction events, statements, advisories and more.

Latest News

Jul 10, 2017
We, the undersigned humanitarian and development non-governmental organizations and partners, share a commitment to alleviating human suffering to make the world a more peaceful, just, democratic, and prosperous place. As organizations working in the humanitarian space in nearly every country on...
Jun 30, 2017
WASHINGTON - In mid-June, InterAction welcomed seven new members to its board of directors. The newly appointed individuals, whose expertise range from operations to technology to health and sanitation, are respected leaders in the NGO community and will be vital in helping to guide the...

Latest Issue Briefs and Reports

Jul 07, 2017
Today, famine threatens an estimated 20 million people across northern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen. In these countries, the dangerous convergence of long-standing and recent resurgences of conflict, poor governance, limited freedom of movement, collapsing economies, rising food prices...
Jun 29, 2017
The Board on Global Health at The National Academy of Sciences has published a new report "Global Health and the Future Role of the United States." This report examines the changing landscape of global health and opportunities for the U.S. government, as well as nongovernmental orgnaizations and...

Latest Multimedia

Jul 12, 2017
Photographer Jim Stipe acted as a judge for InterAction's 2016 Photo Contest. He has many years of experience with photo ethics and NGO standards and agreed to give some insight into the #IAPhotoContest and the judging process.
Mar 07, 2017
On February 28, 2017 InterAction hosted a conversation on the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan with the former first lady, Rebecca Garang, and former deputy minister of defense, Dr. Majak Agot Atem.

Latest Member News

Jul 24, 2017
Food security experts predict a rise in the number of people facing crisis, emergency and famine conditions from 4.7 million to 5.2 million in north-east Nigeria by the end of August. This includes 50,000 people forecast to be affected by famine-like conditions, according to the latest UN Food and...
Jul 14, 2017
It is with great sadness that The Hunger Project family around the world mourns the passing of Professor Idrissa Dicko, who has been a beloved staff member for more than 20 years, first as head of our country office in Burkina Faso and as Vice President for Africa Programs for the last seven years...

Latest Blogs

Heading to The Hill: Engaging U.S. policymakers on the Together Project priorities

Launched in January of this year, InterAction’s Together Project is an initiative designed to create a hub of solidarity and advocacy for U.S.-based NGOs confronting targeted regulations or discrimination, owing to their operating principles or religious faith.

Lessons From London

The last week of June was a great week for open aid data. From June 28-30, Open Ag partners, software developers, donors and civil society representatives met in London (again!) to talk about tools for better data.

Latest InterAction in the News

Jul 08, 2017
When some of Latvia’s banks became infected with dirty money, all paid the price. “Correspondent” banks—international banks that clear smaller banks’ foreign-currency transactions through big financial centres—began detaching from the Baltic country. JPMorgan Chase withdrew in 2013. By last year...
May 26, 2017
Mark Lowcock, the new United Nations humanitarian chief, will have his work cut out for him when he soon takes the reigns of a shrinking U.N. Office for the Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs. As the agency contracts, the world continues to experience what the U.N. calls the largest protracted...