• 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.

  • In the Loop

    Cover: In the Loop
    Friday, October 7, 2016

    Please note: Current, future and past issues of In the Loop can also be accessed in English, Arabic, Greek and Farsi on the News That Moves website.

  • "Information that helps refugees protect themselves is vital"

    CDAC Network - Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities
    Monday, September 19, 2016

    (Daniel Bruce, Internews Europe CEO, speaks about communicating to refugees in this podcast from CDAC.)

    Information saves lives. But getting the right message at the right time to hundreds of thousands of people making perilous journeys in many countries is an enormous challenge that still has not been fully addressed by humanitarian agencies.

  • Information Changes the Lives of Refugees and Humanitarian Workers

    Thursday, August 18, 2016

    World Humanitarian Day on August 19 recognizes and honors the aid workers and volunteers working on the frontlines of crises who risk their lives in humanitarian service.

    More than 130 million people, including refugees and internally displaced people, around the world need humanitarian assistance to survive. A very important part of that assistance includes information that people can use to make decisions about their lives, including a feedback loop so that humanitarian aid workers know what kind of information the communities they serve are asking for and need.

  • Leveraging the Media for Good in Sri Lanka

    Friday, August 12, 2016

    Sri Lanka is embracing a more democratic and open government and with that comes the opportunity to use media and information to advance social goals.

    Young Journalists in Sri Lanka Excel in Reporting on Deadly Landslides

    Reporting on disasters where people have lost lives and homes requires providing accurate and clear information to survivors. It also requires being respectful and sensitive about the trauma survivors have experienced. A group of young reporters took these standards to heart when they reported on the catastrophic landslides caused by Tropical Storm Roanu that hit Sri Lanka in May.

  • Documentaries Show Ukrainian Resolve in the Face of Russian Aggression

    Monday, August 1, 2016

    Internews highlights two film series commissioned to document how Ukrainians are coping in the face of Russian hostility.

    Displaced tells in 12 parts the stories of internally displaced Ukrainians, each story personal and universal at the same time. 

    Return documents volunteers and war veterans who must overcome serious physical and mental injuries sustained during the conflict and the courage they display every step of the way to resuming their lives as productive citizens.