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

  • Humanitarian Needs in Syria and the region have doubled

    After five years of conflict, the disconnect between unmet humanitarian needs and the required funding available to address those needs for the Syrian crisis is widening, preventing humanitarian actors from reaching affected populations.

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  • New year, new era to end child hunger forever

    We are – for the first time ever – living in a world in which there is an ambitious international agreement by all nations to end hunger and malnutrition by a specific date. New global goals come into effect on 1st of January including targets to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030.

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  • Meet Julia Wright: ACF Staff spotlight

    Julia Wight is one of many Canadians working with Action Against Hunger (ACF) on the front lines in our fight against malnutrition. Find out more about her work!

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  • Meet James Bao: ACF Intern Spotlight

    James Bao completed a six month internship with the SMART team in the Action Against Hunger Canada headquarters in Toronto. Find out what being a SMART intern is all about!

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Urgent Humanitarian Needs in Syria and Region have Doubled

    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 Progress Report

Read Action Against Hunger's progress report outlining the progress made toward our organisation’s international strategic goals, established for 2010-2015.

2014 Learning Review

This important document assesses the successes and shortcomings of our organization in an attempt to learn and improve our performance every year.

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