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

Jun 25, 2018
WASHINGTON – On June 1, InterAction announced the promotion of Carolyn Aeby as a new vice president of Membership and Public Engagement. Building on her previous experience as InterAction's senior director for Membership and Standards, Aeby will lead a newly formed team comprised of the former...
Jun 21, 2018
WASHINGTON-- InterAction and over 80 member organizations issued the below statement to leaders of both parties in Congress on June 21 in response to the White House’s policy of prosecuting asylum seekers and detaining children and families at the U.S.-Mexico border: “We write today to urge...

Latest Issue Briefs and Reports

Apr 04, 2018
A focused look at the work in front of current nonprofit boards If your board is operating essentially the same way it did five years ago, something is likely wrong. The nonprofit world is in significant upheaval, and this is particularly true for U.S. NGOs. Many boards are lagging. Different...
Mar 19, 2018
The following is a document InterAction produced in reaction to Draft One of the Global Compact on Refugees. The second iteration of the Global Compact on Refugees is improved and offers a more meaningful blueprint for global responsibility sharing. You can also check out InterAction's reaction to...

Latest Multimedia

Sep 27, 2017
Learn about the key elements of results-based protection (RBP) which help us make informed decisions to mitigate threats, reduce vulnerabilities, and enhance capacities in humanitarian action, while promoting stronger collaboration among relevant actors across disciplines and sectors. For more...
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.

Latest Member News

Jun 28, 2018
New York, NY- In the lead up to the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, Episcopal Relief & Development is launching a special carbon offset giving opportunity. For the first time, Episcopal Relief & Development and the Episcopal Church are inviting attendees to...
Jun 13, 2018
Episcopal Relief & Development Responding to Volcano Eruption in Hawaii New York, NY -- Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii and Church of the Holy Apostles in Hilo to provide emergency assistance after the Kilauea volcano first erupted on Hawaii...

Latest Blogs

Could Family Separation Increase Human Trafficking Risk for Immigrant Children?

Child trafficking can seem like a scourge far from U.S. borders, in countries riven by war, natural disasters or endemic poverty.

It happens in places like Haiti, where criminals preyed on orphaned children for illegal adoptions after the 2010 earthquakes, or in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where 40,000 children toil in lethal cobalt mines.

InterAction Welcomes Nine New Members

In early June, InterAction welcomed nine new members into our coalition. These members represent a wide range of work within the international development and humanitarian sectors, bringing knowledge and expertise on issues ranging from health and wellness to data, civilian protection to poverty alleviation.  These organizations embody the shared principles amongst the membership and are welcomed additions to the InterAction community.

A huge welcome to the following new members:

Latest InterAction in the News

Mar 12, 2018
The recent killings of three humanitarian aid workers in Nigeria by suspected Boko Haram militants have sent shock waves throughout the humanitarian aid community and illuminated the increasingly precarious landscape such personnel must navigate to help people in areas of conflict and instability....
Jan 05, 2018
No country provides as much assistance as the United States. About a quarter of all public assistance provided from rich countries to developing countries comes from the US state budget. That is why much is at stake when negotiations on the US budget for 2018 are now entering an end phase. In its...