IRC in the News
First-hand account on the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan from Tyler Jump, International Rescue Committee’s External Relations Officer for the emergency response unit.
On MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports, IRC President & CEO David Miliband explains what new actions from Syria’s main opposition group mean for the country’s humanitarian crisis.
Hunkered down in a basement in Damascus, Syria, with her husband and four sons, Bushra Naji, a now unemployed refugee from Iraq, had seemingly gone from a bad situation to a worse one. Which made her appearance at the International Rescue Committee's Freedom Award benefit at New York’s Waldorf Astoria on November 6 all the more poignant.
For a special report on Syrian refugees in Jordan, Telemundo Arizona visits two IRC clinics in Ramtha and Irbid.
Tornadoes. Typhoons. Tsunamis. Conflict. In the wake of disasters, humanitarians far and near provide succor, while many of us with the means and good fortune not to be struck this time donate to their relief efforts. The IRC's emergencies director, Bob Kitchen, helps to describe just what do humanitarian groups do.
Global humanitarian agency the International Rescue Committee (IRC) is partnering with a number of news organisations to create a multimedia information service called Tawasul to help Syrians access humanitarian aid.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Syrian refugees will soon be able to receive news on how to obtain aid by a new information platform, being launched by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) early next year.
To make sure the most vulnerable people of Syria are kept informed about what’s happening in their war-torn nation, global humanitarian agency the International Rescue Committee has teamed up with Internews to launch a new service called Tawasul, which means connection.