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Monthly Archives: December 2016

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SYRIA: ACTION AGAINST HUNGER READY TO RESPOND TO NEEDS OF CIVILIANS IN EAST ALEPPO

Photo by Ameer Alhalbi Action Against Hunger is calling on all parties to the conflict in Syria to ensure direct access to civilians in Aleppo and also in the 11 other communities still under siege in Syria. “We are extremely concerned not only about the 50,000 civilians under siege in Aleppo, who are finally beginning to […]

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Share the power of charitable giving this holiday season

A letter from Executive Director Danny Glenwright. Your support has helped us feed hungry children in the past. Now I come to you again, as we enter the final weeks of 2016 with our budget stretched to the limit by simultaneous hunger crises, from Syria to much of sub-Saharan Africa. The fight against hunger this […]

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Action Against Hunger Facilitates first-ever Global Survey Manager Training in Toronto

Toronto, ON – December 5, 2016// Press Release This week, from December 5-9, 20 people from 12 countries will participate in the first-ever training workshop about the SMART (Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transition) methodology in Canada. These health professionals and epidemiologists from governments, academia, the UN and civil society organizations will learn […]

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El Niño’s impact on food security, agriculture and the most vulnerable

Underweight cows at Debi Balaka Kebele in Abargalle Woreda of the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Action Against Hunger 2016. The El Niño phenomenon is linked to the warming of the sea surface temperature in the tropical Pacific. This meteorological event occurs every two to seven years, and lasts from six to 24 months on average. […]