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Outcomes from the Inaugural U.S. Conference on Housing, Land, and Property in Crisis Contexts

Displacement, whether caused by disaster or conflict, is fundamentally connected to housing, land, and property (HLP) rights.

July 25, 2023
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Syrian Crisis Passes Twelve Year Mark as Earthquake Compounds Humanitarian Needs

The Syrian Civil War passes the twelve-year mark on March 15, signaling the continuation of one of the deadliest and…

March 15, 2023
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Myanmar Crisis: Recommendations on Aid Delivery in a Changing Humanitarian Landscape

Two years following the Myanmar military’s overthrowal of the democratically-elected ruling party on February 1, 2021, thousands of people have…

March 10, 2023
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Conflict-Induced Hunger: Linking the War in Ukraine to the Global Food Insecurity Crisis

Currently, 50 million people worldwide face the risk of famine, a reality exacerbated by the war in Ukraine. After…

August 29, 2022
Statement

NGO Call to Action: Our Statement on the Global Food Security Crisis

Right now, 49 million people are at risk of falling into famine. In the next three months, life-threatening hunger…

July 20, 2022
A man in work clothes prepares to take a USAID-branded cardboard box of vegetable oil from another person off-camera who is standing above him on the back of a truck.
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Evictions Crisis: How COVID-19 Is Exacerbating Housing Inequality

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to plague communities around the world, evictions and housing insecurities are intensifying. Marginalized groups are…

December 23, 2020
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A Crisis Beyond COVID-19

Every September 15, the world comes together for a day of reflection on the struggle for democracy. Set against the…

September 15, 2020
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The Venezuela displacement crisis

“We can’t eat there. We can’t eat here. I don’t know what to do anymore.” As of November 2019,…

December 19, 2019
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Crisis in the Coffeelands Shows It’s Time to Look at Program Work Differently

Many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have worked with coffee farmers for years. Projects are often partially funded by—and executed alongside—massive coffee corporations, with…

December 4, 2019
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InterAction Members Raise Concerns on the Humanitarian Situation in Afghanistan

On August 31, 2021, InterAction’s Kathryn Striffolino spoke at the Center for Strategic and International Studies Forum on…

August 12, 2022