humanitarian assistance

‘The right thing to do.’ American cities welcome Syrian refugees.

U.S. cities open up to Syrian refugees, saying that it's "the right thing to do" and that their strong economies and established communities are appealing.

“It’s about how you communicate your message.”

By telling their story through social media, nonprofits have seen greater impact in awareness for their causes, and in turn, more donations.

Something you can’t just ignore

Most of the refugees arriving in Serbia "are hungry, tired and terrified, and ​that is something you can’t just ignore,” American Corner program coordinator Marko Bumbic says.

Five actions the global coalition takes against Daesh

The Global Coalition to Counter ISIL, announced by President Obama in September 2014, uses multiple lines of effort to defeat Daesh.

U.S. pledges to boost number of refugees resettled

Secretary of State John Kerry announces plans to resettle 85,000 refugees in the U.S. in fiscal year 2016 and 100,000 more in fiscal year 2017.

U.S. to welcome additional Syrian refugees

Already the leading donor to Syrian relief, the United States will accept more displaced Syrians in the coming year.

No one wants to abandon home. More than 50 million didn’t...

June 20 is World Refugee Day. More than 50 million have been forced to flee their homes — the highest number of displaced people since World War II.

Global coalition reaffirms strategy to degrade, defeat Daesh

Anti-Daesh global coalition members reaffirmed their international will to defeat the terror group during a recent meeting in Paris.

Governments, relief groups and businesses responding to Nepal earthquake needs

The U.S. government raised its contribution to Nepal's earthquake relief efforts to over $61 million. More is needed. Learn how you can help.