Sondra Moore

Sondra Moore is a Program Associate for Humanitarian Policy and Practice, where she supports the practice workstreams and various working groups including Refugee Policy, Joint Famines, Horn of Africa, and UNHCR Partnerships. She earned an M.A. in International Affairs from George Washington University, with concentrations in Conflict and Conflict Resolution and International Law and Organizations. Prior to joining InterAction, Sondra was a Policy & Advocacy intern for the International Rescue Committee, where she researched and supported refugee advocacy to the US Government. A Kansas native, Sondra holds a B.A. in Italian and European Studies from the University of Kansas. She has lived and studied in Italy, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

InterAction reports on fulfilling humanitarian commitments in 2017

At the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) in 2016, InterAction made ten discrete commitments with the collective aim of better serving those in humanitarian need across the globe. During the summit, 20 initiatives were also launched to strengthen the WHS process and help turn commitments into reality. InterAction plays a significant role in one of these Initiatives, the Grand Bargain, which has the express purpose of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of humanitarian assistance.

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