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10 YEARS ON FROM THE EARTHQUAKE AND HAITI IS “STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE”

YEMEN: HODEIDAH STILL THE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE FOR CIVILIANS

Press releases   •   Dec 12, 2019 13:35 GMT

A quarter of all civilian casualties across Yemen in 2019 were recorded in Hodeidah governorate. Despite a ceasefire in the port city being at the heart of last year’s Stockholm Agreement, there have been 799 deaths in Hodeidah since the Agreement was signed, the highest toll nationwide.

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER'S LIFESAVING ACTIVITIES TO RESUME IN NIGERIA

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​NIGERIA: ACTION AGAINST HUNGER CONDEMNS THE ASSASSINATION OF ITS STAFF AND FOUR OTHER HOSTAGES

News   •   Jul 23, 2020 09:50 BST

Action Against Hunger extends deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of one of its staff killed in Nigeria.

NIGERIA: ACTION AGAINST HUNGER CONDEMNS THE EXECUTION OF FOUR HOSTAGES IN THE NORTH EAST

News   •   Dec 13, 2019 18:56 GMT

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER CONDEMNS THE EXECUTION OF FOUR MORE HUMANITARIAN WORKERS TAKEN HOSTAGE IN NORTH EAST NIGERIA AND CALLS FOR THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF THE REMAINING HOSTAGE

G7 leaders and African partners fail to make solid commitments to tackle Sahel humanitarian crisis

G7 leaders and African partners fail to make solid commitments to tackle Sahel humanitarian crisis

News   •   Aug 28, 2019 08:12 BST

G7 countries put their own strategy interests first as they sideline the urgent humanitarian needs of the region's civilians once again.

​Two Years On: Rohingya Deserve Justice and A Place at the Table

​Two Years On: Rohingya Deserve Justice and A Place at the Table

News   •   Aug 21, 2019 19:02 BST

Action Against Hunger among 61 NGOs warning of worsening crisis in Myanmar and calling for inclusion of refugees on decisions around their safe and voluntary return

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To reach Sustainable Development Goals developed for 2030, we must reverse the trend of increasing child hunger

To reach Sustainable Development Goals developed for 2030, we must reverse the trend of increasing child hunger

Blog posts   •   Oct 18, 2019 09:55 BST

With global hunger and child malnutrition on the rise, the international community must renew its commitments to reverse this trend.

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BANGLADESH VIDEO WORLD WATER DAY

BANGLADESH VIDEO WORLD WA...

Rohingya children learn about sanitation in Kutupalong Camp in Cox's Bazaar.

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Stop Hunger Crime

Stop Hunger Crime

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YEMEN PLEDGING CONFERENCE, 26 FEBRUARY 2019 - JOINT INGO MESSAGES

Since the escalation of conflict in Yemen almost four years ago, the humanitarian needs have increased drastically, with an estimated 24 million people or 80 per cent of the population in need of some form of humanitarian assistance in 2019. This figure represents an increase of 2 million people or 10 per cent in just 12 months.

SAHEL: PRIORITIES FOR RESILIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT

Action Against Hunger, Oxfam and Save the Children reiterate the urgency of strengthening humanitarian and development responses and the civilian protection and putting them at the heart of regional priorities.

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  • ADVOCACY MANAGER, ACTION AGAINST HUNGER UK

  • HEAD OF NUTRITION, ACTION AGAINST HUNGER UK