RI board member Eden Collinsworth talks about morality in her new book. Here's what she had to say about the world's response to the refugee crisis:
"What I can say is that if you look for something where you feel as though you’re making a difference, that changes things. For me, it was to join the board of Relief International. You take a step back. I don’t know about the rest. I know one... View details ⇨
We applaud our fellow NGOs doing great work to help displaced people in the swamplands of South Sudan- People like Veronica, a mother who is doing what she can to protect herself and her children from contracting cholera again.
TOMORROW: Leaders of Iranian-American groups fighting Trump's travel ban to testify about how students, medical researchers and others coming to America from Iran could be hurt by Trump’s executive order.
Happy International Food Day from our DC office! Our staff in DC hails from Jamaica, India, South Africa, Afghanistan, the US, South Korea and many places in between. Our shared mission brings us together, as does delicious food from all over the world!
This graphic novel takes readers to the world's newest country to meet just a few of the 4.9 million South Sudanese people impacted by food insecurity and learn about the lifesaving efforts to help them, via Mashable & World Food Program USA.
As the village wells dried up and her livestock died in the scorched scrubland of southern Somalia, Abdir Hussein had one last chance to save her family from starvation: the beauty of her 14-year-old daughter, Zeinab.
Meet Umar, a donkey who recently carried a woman in labor to our hospital in Maban County, South Sudan. Donkey ambulances are one of many innovations RI has delivered since we began working at Gentil Hospital in 2016. Learn more: