This year, International Development Week is about you.
You support us every day of the year by caring about others, by sharing your compassion, and by giving your time. This week we want to remind you of some of the ways that your positive impact has changed the world.
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.
There has been a fraudulent email 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.
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.