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March 05, 2020

Disaster philanthropy: Collaborative fundraising brings greater impact

Here’s an alarming statistic that will jolt you right out of your seat: Today, 1 in 70 people in the world is caught up in a humanitarian crisis – and will be for an average of nine years....

Global Impact | Full Article
June 05, 2019

Coalition aims to streamline awareness efforts, attract new donors

Eight of the largest humanitarian aid NGOs have joined together as the Global Emergency Response Coalition, a group that will raise awareness and funds in the United States for crises around the world ...

Devex | Full Article
July 19, 2017

ABC News, Charity groups unite to tackle hunger and famine in the Horn of Africa

In the 21st century, innocent children should not be dying from hunger. People caught in this crisis are generously opening their homes and sharing what little they have, but they have run out of time and resources -- they need our help now," ...

ABC News | Full Article
July 18, 2017

PBS, Drought and famine threaten life for nomadic Somali herders

The United Nations has called it the worst humanitarian crisis since 1945, and, just today, the lead editorial in The Washington Post called it the worst crisis you have never heard of ...

PBS NewsHour | Full Article
July 17, 2017

Washington Post, More than 20 million people are at risk of starving to death. Will the world step up?

MORE THAN 20 million people in four countries are at risk of starvation in the coming months, in what the United Nations has called the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. But the global response to the emergency has been lacking, both from governments and from private citizens ...

Washington Post | Full Article
July 17, 2017

FOX News, Aid groups bypass UN in joint call to prevent mass starvation

As disease outbreaks raise the danger for as many as 20 million people faced with famine and mass starvation in a clutch of strife-torn African and Middle Eastern countries ...

Fox News | Full Article