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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.

Sep 23, 2010
InterAction is pleased that President Obama has followed through on his promise to elevate global development to be as important a U.S. foreign policy component as defense and diplomacy.  During his speech on Wednesday, September 22, at the United Nations Millennium Development Goals Summit,...
Nov 10, 2009
Statement from InterAction President & CEO Samuel A. Worthington on the nomination of Dr. Rajiv Shah to head the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Oct 26, 2009
UPDATE, Nov 10, 2009: President Obama today nominated Rajiv Shah to head the U.S. Agency for International Development. Read InterAction President & CEO Samuel Worthington's statement on the nomination.In today’s volatile world, natural disasters, unstable governments...
Oct 15, 2009
InterAction is deeply concerned over the current state of the world’s climate. If it continues to go unchecked, climate change could undo a significant amount of progress achieved during the past two decades in poverty reduction, sustainable economic development, and international stability...
Oct 14, 2009
InterAction believes it is imperative for the Obama administration to push for an open, rule-based, predictable and non-discriminatory trading and financial system that takes into account the unique needs of the developing world.Lesotho offers an example of the growth and opportunities that trade...
Sep 22, 2009
Any plan for recovery from the global financial crisis must include continued commitments to agricultural and rural development. L’Aquila, with its $20 billion, three-year commitment to food security, was a hopeful and necessary starting point.The 1.4 billion people who live in or on the verge of...

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