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

  • It's World Humanitarian Day

    Front line aid workers face increasing risks in response to unprecedented humanitarian crises. The United Nations designated August 19th World Humanitarian Day to celebrate aid workers who risk their lives in humanitarian service.

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    In Pakistan, malnutrition remains a big health challenge. It is our goal to continuously evaluate our programs in the hopes of enhancing them and helping more people achieve positive health outcomes.

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  • Neglected Hunger Crisis Surges behind Front Lines of Fighting in Northeast Nigeria

    Humanitarian community races to assess needs in areas cut off from aid for about two years.

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  • South Sudan: 5 years after independence

    “The hunger crisis in the state of Northern Bahr el Ghazal is now in frightening freefall.” ~ A. Tamburini, Action Against Hunger

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  • Discover what inspired Sarah & Houda to engage in the fight against hunger

    Meet Sarah Zankar and Houda Halwani co-presidents of the Action Against Hunger Youth Chapter at the University of Ottawa created in 2015.

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Front Line Aid Workers Face Increasing Risks in Response to Unprecedented Humanitarian Crises

    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.

2014 Annual Report

Read Action Against Hunger Canada's 2014 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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