Sanitation and nutrition: Let’s break the vicious circle!
Did you know that to this day, some 2.4 billion people worldwide still do not have toilets and about 946 million defecate in open areas, which leads to not only sanitation problems but also directly worsens child undernutrition. Watch this video and find out why and how poor sanitation can affect child nutrition: Video credit: […]
Our Commitment to Gender Equality
As an organization working to end malnutrition, Action Against Hunger considers the different roles, needs and responsibilities of men, women, boys and girls. This International Women’s Day, Action Against Hunger staff across the world confirm our commitment to gender equality.
A Message From Our Colleagues in Nepal
In the last month we have reached over 18,000 people thanks to the tremendous commitment and dedication of our 160 colleagues in Nepal. Our team in Nepal explain why they set aside their own personal trauma to help others while sending their thanks to you for your support. “Thank you! Muchas Gracias! Deyra Manana, Allah […]
A Dire Situation: An Interview With ACF’s Country Director in Yemen
Yemen has been caught in a protracted crisis that has received limited attention over the past years. A recent escalation of the conflict continues to exacerbate the already bleak humanitarian situation. Our Country Director in Yemen, Hajir Maalim, reports on the dire situation: A Dire Humanitarian Crisis “The humanitarian situation in Yemen is rapidly […]
The revolution in the fight against hunger
We are closer than ever before to winning the fight to end severe malnutrition globally. Find out how in this animated video.
The Sharing Experiment
We wanted to know if sharing comes naturally. On October 7, 2011 Action Against Hunger conducted an experiment in Madrid, Spain to study human behavior when faced with the injustice of hunger. Of the 20 children under study, all 20 shared their food. In a world that produces more than enough food to feed everyone, […]