August 23, 2021 update from Haiti Logistics Cluster, led by WFP
Billions of Aid Dollars Spent: Why Isn’t Haiti Ready for a Hurricane?
Cholera in Haiti: UN Report of the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights
Aidworkers Pen Protest Letter: Cite ‘Callous Negligence’ at UN, Aid Organizations
World Humanitarian Day: Shifting the Focus from Aidworker Safety
How Turkey Coup Attempt Will Impact Aid Groups and Syrian Refugees
Closed Doors, Open Secrets: How the World Abandoned Millions of Syrian Refugees in Turkey
The Problem with Secret Aid
What Happened to the Aid? Nepal Earthquake Response Echoes Haiti
More Than 80 Major Local Aid Organizations in Nepal Left Out of Direct Funding
Nepal Earthquake $422 million Humanitarian Response: Less than 1% will go directly to local organizations
Documentation on the Nepal Earthquake
Off-Duty When the Nepal Earthquake Hit: Reflections on Preparedness, Living Life & Loss
Villagers in Cyclone-Ravished Takara Still Waiting for Their Good News
The Ecology of Aid: Lots of Organizations Play Complicated Roles
Photo Essay: Destroyed Vanuatu Rainforests Show Signs of Life
Why I Quit Moonlighting for Nonprofits, my interview on TinySpark
The Impact of Vanuatu’s Cyclone: It’s Bad, Very Bad
Telling the Story, “Born to Die” – How Nurse Mare Foals Are Getting a 2nd Chance at Life
The Secret Language of Aid: This Is Why No One Can Track the Money
The IRD Scandal and My Ethics Clause
Aid Worker or Journalist? Which job is more dangerous?
5 Years After the Quake: Haiti’s Rich Get Richer
Children We Met, but Can’t Forget
It will likely take at least six weeks for people to receive tarps. Infrastructure in Haiti is fragile.
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As Hurricane Matthew barrels toward Haiti, millions of Haitians are at risk of death, displacement, injury or illness. Sustained wind...
Note from Aid.Works: The text of the “Report of the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights” written by...
This World Humanitarian Day, a group of aidworkers and advocates have gathered together to protest unsafe work environments. Their letter...
On August 19th, the UN will commemorate World Humanitarian Day. The event was held for the first time in...
Since the failed coup attempt on July 15, the government of Turkey has fired or detained thousands of people. Some...