Action Against Hunger’s vision is of a world without hunger

  • South Sudan plunges into preventable catastrophe: 100,000 people face famine in Unity State

    Famine declared for first time anywhere since 2011 Horn of Africa crisis.

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  • Celebrating "Porridge Moms" in Northeast Nigeria

    This group of resilient and amazing mothers in conflict-torn northeast Nigeria, through the Porridge Moms project, are creating better health and nutrition outcomes for their children — a profound expression of love and investment in each child’s bright future.

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  • Warning: Fraudulent recruitment emails

    Fraudulent emails have been circulating giving false information about Action Against Hunger Canada sponsoring and recruiting people to come to Canada. Action Against Hunger Canada will never ask for funds as part of any recruitment process and we do not offer sponsorship to move to Canada.

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    On November 24, the Kenyan Ministry of Health, together with Aga Khan Foundation, Amref, Hellen Keller, Map International, Micronutrient Initiative, World Vision and Action Against Hunger / Action Contre La Faim, launched the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition (PMNCHN) in Kenya.

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Getting SMART: You help us spread valuable knowledge that informs humanitarian programming

    SMART Methodology

    SMART Methodology

    SMART is an improved survey method for the assessment of severity of a humanitarian crisis based on the two most vital public health indicators: Nutritional status of children under-five and Mortality rate of the population.

2015 Annual Report

Read Action Against Hunger Canada's 2015 Annual Report and Financials.

2015 Learning Review

This annual evaluation assesses our work allowing Action Against Hunger to learn and improve.

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