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

  • Nepal Earthquakes: One year later

    On Saturday 25 April 2015, a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing nearly 9,000 people and injuring many more. One year on, families continue to rebuild their lives. But progress has faced many challenges.

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  • Equador Earthquake: Action Against Hunger mobilizes emergency teams

    Our rapid response teams are en route to assess needs and assist communities affected by the earthquake on Saturday evening.

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  • Love Food Give Food

    Running for the months of April and May 2016, Love Food Give Food unites food lovers to take action against hunger. Find out which restaurants are involved this year!

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  • Knowledge is power in Kenya

    Your help is essential to our work!

    Watch the story of Pauline Iokere, a young Kenyan mother who has benefitted from your gifts and learn how knowledge has changed her life and her community.

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  • Treating the Invisible Injuries of War

    Psychosocial programs help refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq overcome trauma.

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Nepal: Progress and Challenges One Year After the Earthquake

    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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