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FABB 2016

InterAction is pleased to release its Foreign Assistance Briefing Book. The document represents the U.S.-based international nonprofit community’s best thinking on a range of pressing foreign assistance challenges. Organized by issue area, it is intended to serve as a resource on important international development and humanitarian issues for the next administration and the 115th Congress. Learn more.

Mar 17, 2011
As published in the Wall Street Journal on March 17, 2011: InterAction, an umbrella group for U.S. relief agencies active abroad, advises donors to give to agencies with partner organizations in Japan that would be best placed to spend funds wisely. It says there is minimal need at this stage...
Mar 16, 2011
The escalating nuclear crisis in Japan is making it harder to get help to survivors of the tsunami and earthquake, according to some Northwest aid organizations.
Mar 16, 2011
Cash allows relief organizations to get exactly what they need quickly without having to worry about transportation, staff time, and warehouse space.
Mar 11, 2011
 Washington, D.C. (March 11, 2011)—Members of InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S. NGOs working abroad, are responding to the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and resulting tsunami that devastated parts of northern Japan earlier today. A complete list of organizations responding to the...
Mar 02, 2011
InterAction statement on crisis in Libya, March 1, 2011
Mar 02, 2011
InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S. international nongovernmental organizations called on Libya to allow humanitarian access into the tumultuous land.
Feb 16, 2011
President Obama’s proposed 2012 budget calls for a modest increase—1 percent—in spending on foreign affairs and development.
Feb 14, 2011
Americans think they give far more aid than they actually do, and are clamorring to cut it. But aid isn't just about compassion, it serves our security and economic interests too.