• In the Loop

    Cover: Our eyes, our future, our dreams...
    Friday, December 2, 2016

    Special Edition: Since January 2016, 38 percent of new arrivals to Greece have been children. Yet we rarely hear what they have to say. This week Internews presents an eight-page special issue of In The Loop featuring the voices and artwork of refugee and migrant children in Greece.

  • New Mixed Migration Platform launched in MENA

    Monday, October 31, 2016

    AMMAN, Jordan — On Monday, seven NGOs launched a mixed migration platform to deliver research, analysis and policy recommendations for a better understanding of mixed migration patterns in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and enhance the protection of, and information available to, people on the move.

    The Mixed Migration Platform (MMP), funded by the UK and Switzerland, aims to provide quality information and protection-sensitive analysis to improve decision-making, both for people on the move through the Middle East and Europe, as well as host governments and humanitarian organisations who are involved in the response.

  • “Have they forgotten we exist?”

    Thursday, October 27, 2016

    Refugees in Greece were able to tell the world about their lives, their history, their reality, and their hopes through six storytelling multimedia workshops in locations throughout Greece. These images can serve as a common language – connecting refugees to a wider world.

    See the photos and read more

    (Banner photo by Amjad Issa, Veria camp)

  • UK tackles threat of major cholera spike in the wake of Hurricane Matthew

    GOV.UK
    Sunday, October 16, 2016

    (Internews is part of the support effort in Haiti described in this article from the UK Government.)

    The International Development Secretary Priti Patel has committed new support to tackle the threat of cholera in Haiti, ensuring more lives can be saved in the wake of the devastating hurricane.

    In addition, as the leading funder to Gavi – the Vaccine Alliance, DFID is supporting the immediate shipment of one million doses of the cholera vaccine to Haiti.

  • Addressing the Critical Need for Lifesaving Information in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

    Monday, October 10, 2016

    At least 1,000 people are now feared dead in the wake of the devastating hurricane that hit Haiti on October 4th. The storm has left in its wake a serious humanitarian crisis, made worse by the fact that a cholera epidemic was only barely being held in check prior to the storm. Relatively isolated areas in southwestern Haiti were particularly hard hit, with damage estimates of up to 80% of structures.