The safety, dignity and basic human rights of the 1.1 million people displaced inside Somalia urgently need to be protected. Read their stories.
Action Against Hunger’s teams in the field are working to provide emergency assistance and reduce the risks associated with contaminated water in Tumaco before conditions worsen.
A second failed UN-secured ceasefire and increasing violence leave aid workers desperately seeking access to families in need.
In response to the earthquake on April 25th that devastated Nepal, Action Against Hunger has launched a cash-for-work project in the village of Kabilash, located in the Nuwakot district of Nepal.
Three years of erratic rainfall followed by a drought during the planting season in 2014 has put the food security of nearly 1.5 people in danger in the Dry Corridor of Guatemala.
The Government of Canada announced $8.5 million in funding for a new project “Maternal and Child Health Initiative” (MATCH) of Action Against Hunger and its partners in Guatemala and Kenya.
In August 2014, thousands of people fled the fighting in the Sinjar region and the Ninewah Governorate to Iraqi Kurdistan with stories of the displaced trapped in mountains. A year later, the situation remains almost unchanged.