Women and bicycles - the solution for those left behind in the wake of the Mediterranean human tsunami

“Let me tell you what I think of bicycling. I think it has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. It gives women a feeling of freedom and self-reliance.” – Susan B. Anthony

When Things Go Sideways…

In 2012 Plan was awarded a large grant to improve government delivery of basic services in a war-ravaged region in Africa.  Plan, although one of the world’s oldest international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) operating in 72 countries and with a large diversified funding base – mostly from individuals donating via almost two dozen countries – was not built for managing large institutional government grants.

2016 InterAction Photo Contest

InterAction’s 14th Annual Photo Contest is now open! We encourage you to submit your most powerful photos that illustrate innovative, effective, and inspiring efforts in international relief and development. Examples of self-reliance, innovative technology, shared values, and partnerships are encouraged, though entries are not limited to those categories. Learn more at www.interaction.org/photo.

 

The Committee on World Food Security and the Voluntary Guidelines

Three years ago, an unprecedented coalition of governments, civil society organizations, and businesses issued a challenge to the global community: improve the systems and institutions that govern land and natural resources.

The Fight to End Hunger: The Role of U.S. NGOs and Global Leadership

This September, global leaders from 193 countries came together to agree on an ambitious set of universal goals to reduce poverty and inequality. The goals recognize that to build inclusive prosperity, the world must tackle hunger and malnutrition, particularly for the most vulnerable. The goals – called the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs for short – commit us towards zero hunger worldwide by 2030.

Built for the dying - Now it’s bringing new life

How one Ebola treatment center underwent a dramatic change of purpose

Sam Holder led us up a narrow bush path towards John Logan Town, a small city deep in the forests of Grand Bassa County in northern Liberia. It took two hours driving to get here from the main road, along a deeply rutted and often flooded dirt track. Eventually the water was too deep for even a Land Cruiser to get through and the only passage was on foot, using slippery logs to cross the swollen streams.

NGO Alliance Condemns MSF hospital attack in Kunduz, Afghanistan

Media Contact: Burt Edwards, InterAction: 202.552.6554 (office) or 703.861.8237(cell) or bedwards@interaction.org

WASHINGTON – On October 3, 2015, a U.S. airstrike killed 22 people at a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Speaking in response, InterAction President and CEO Sam Worthington said:

We're Not Done Yet: The Road to Eliminating Mother to Child Transmission of HIV

Less than a decade ago, HIV positive women like Martha Cameron from Kitwe, Zambia, had little hope of having healthy children. Today, Martha and others like her are not only staying healthy, but also having healthy babies.

Pages

Subscribe to InterAction RSS

Recent BLOG Entries

More
Dec 14, 2017
The Silence Breakers emerged as Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” in a swirl of allegations of sexual...
Dec 13, 2017
by Reid Porter and Soshana Hashmie If you haven’t heard yet, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)...

Latest NEWS

More
Dec 15, 2017
InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based international nongovernmental...
Dec 12, 2017
InterAction welcomes the positive developments to minimize civilian harm in conflict...

In the SPOTLIGHT

Image description here.

Forum Call for Proposals

InterAction invites you to contribute your expertise by submitting a session proposal for Forum 2018 taking place June 12-14, 2018 in Washington DC. We are seeking proposals with diverse ideas and perspectives showcasing best practices for our community. Lead the conversation around Innovation, Impact and Inquiry and help shape the Forum 2018 education program. See more information.

Membership

Learn more about the benefits of joining our community.

Publications

Insights for a new Congress and administration.

Member Press

Read the latest news from InterAction members.