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Monday, September 21, 2015

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Individual contributions are critical to our work. They are the primary source of funds that enable us to respond rapidly to humanitarian emergencies. In 2015 we used these life-saving funds to: 

Making It Through The Storm

Friday, August 28, 2015

An article from BuzzFeed features The Listening Post, a community media project in New Orleans created by reporter Jesse Hardman in partnership with Internews, GroundSource, and WWNO.

Ten years after Hurrican Katrina caused severe destruction and deaths along the Gulf coast, especially in New Orleans, five survivors talk to The Listening Post about how they made it through the storm.

Communicating in Disasters: 4 Lessons Learned

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Today on World Humanitarian Day, the world will pay tribute to aid workers who have died in service, and celebrate the spirit of humanitarianism around the world.

Rebuilding, with Radio

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

In Nepal, radio can help make post-earthquake relief and recovery aid more transparent, accountable and responsive — but humanitarian organizations have to engage with local media.

Read a Medium article by Manisha Aryal, who was in Nepal recently to assess information needs and design Internews’ work in the country following the April 2015 earthquake.

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Today in the Guardian: A local radio project is calming community tensions in South Sudan

Friday, May 8, 2015

Julia Ding races down the dirt path: beads of sweat pour down her forehead and her face is contorted with fear. She collapses on to her knees outside Nile FM radio station. A tear rolls down her face.

The bullets continue to rain down as staff scramble to lock up the radio station – a large khaki-green tent with a small mast protruding from the top. Humanitarian workers run towards bunkers, while others jump into dried-out ditches for protection.