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ActionAid USA

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Vetted since 2008 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
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ActionAid works to achieve social justice, gender equality, and poverty eradication by working with people living in poverty and exclusion, their communities, people's organizations, activists, social movements and supporters.

Projects (12)

Action Fund
United States / Human Rights
Turning the Tide:  Community Recovery in Bihar
India / Health
ActionAid's Pakistan Flood Relief
Pakistan / Disaster Recovery
Nepal Earthquake Relief
Nepal / Disaster Recovery
Italy Earthquake Relief
Italy / Disaster Recovery
Hurricane Matthew Relief in Haiti
Haiti / Disaster Recovery
East Africa Food Crisis
Ethiopia / Hunger
Sierra Leone Mudslide Relief
Sierra Leone / Disaster Recovery
Support Syrian Refugees
Lebanon / Human Rights
Emergency support for Palestinians
Palestine / Human Rights
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Project Leaders
Ehab Elsawaf
Ehab Elsawaf
Rachel Carle
Rachel Carle
Caroline Hamric, Meredith Slater, Richard Payling-Wright, Brandon Wu
Organization Information
1220 L St NW Suite 725
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #6498372274
Organization Information
1220 L St NW Suite 725
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #6498372274

Project Reports

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Nov 14, 2019
These are the moments we fight for
I want to share with you the words of Altamiran Ribeiro, an Afro-Brazilian activist with the Land Pastoral Commission, who has been fighting for the rights of rural communities and indigenous peoples...
Nov 12, 2019
Rohingya refugee camps rocked by monsoon storms
Two years after fleeing extreme violence in Myanmar, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh continue to face incredible challenges. Monsoon season has hit Rohingya refugee communities in Bangladesh hard....
Jun 4, 2019
Why center women's leadership in emergencies?
We get this question a lot. "What difference can it possibly make having women’s leadership? Surely, it’s better just to get on with the response and worry about women’s rights after...
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