Action Against Hunger has suspended some of our programs in Niger, and our teams are standing by to resume them as soon as possible.
Families in Colombia who received emergency cash transfers had higher levels of life satisfaction, more stable incomes, and reduced risks of food insecurity, even three months after receiving the last cash transfer.
To help those fleeing the conflict in Sudan, Action Against Hunger is providing essential supplies - and hope.
Action Against Hunger is deeply concerned that Russia’s refusal to extend its participation in the Black Sea Grain Agreement will have grave implications for some of the world’s hungriest communities.
Displaced families in Mogadishu face difficult decisions as a result of climate change, conflict, and poverty.
Conflict has disrupted treatment for more than 50,000 malnourished children in Sudan.
Action Against Hunger is helping refugees from Sudan now living in Chad by supplying clean water, access to sanitation facilities, and essential supplies.
UN Pledging Event brings in only one-fifth of fundraising goal to support drought-affected communities in Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia.
Conflict and violence threatens food security for 85% of 258 million people in 58 countries, according to a new Action Against Hunger report, “No Matter Who’s Fighting, Hunger Always Wins."
Families from across Sudan are desperately trying to avoid violence and find safety, and all are in dire need of humanitarian assistance, including food, water, health services, and shelter.
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