InterAction In the News

InterAction In the News

Take look at a selection of recent articles quoting InterAction, op-eds and analysis from our experts, and other news coverage highlighting the collective efforts of InterAction, its members, and partners to end poverty and help vulnerable people in need around the world.

A leaked State Department document suggests that the Trump administration is planning to cut foreign aid by a stunning 30.8 percent. Additionally, the document suggests that U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) programs would be curtailed and, according to this report in Foreign Policy, essentially folded into programs run by the State Department.

InterAction is mentioned in this Devex article regarding Senator John Kerry's nomination for Secretary of State. 
InterAction welcomes Ertharin Cousin as the new executive director of the United Nations World Food Programme.
Samuel A. Worthington served as a member of the U.S. Delegation to the Fourth High-Level Meeting on Aid Effectiveness in Busan, South Korea.  In this blog he reflects on the changing architecture of aid and the need for foundations, governments, and NGOs to work together.  Busan made some...
 Members of the G8/G20 Task Force released the following quotes on the Task Force Recommendations of the B20, which met in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico from June 16-17.  InterAction’s G8/G20 Task Force has over 30 InterAction members and allies working to influence G8 and G20 outcomes.
Transcript of an interview of InterAction's president and CEO, Sam Worthington, and the State Department's Special Coordinator for Haiti, Thomas Adams, on the way forward in Haiti after the one year anniversary of the earthquake on January 12, 2010.
Samuel A. Worthington writes column that explains how robust foreign assistance helps governments in developing countries build more stable, prosperous societies, and can be a catalyst in pulling a country out of poverty.
Sam Worthington is quoted in this article, on how the G8 can make a significant difference by committing to action on hunger and poverty issues.

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