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Action Against Hunger calls on the U.N. to implement Resolution 2417 and help break the deadly link between conflict and hunger

Action Against Hunger calls on the U.N. to implement Resolution 2417 and help break the deadly link between conflict and hunger

Press releases   •   May 31, 2019 09:27 BST

The eight most serious hunger crises in the world are in conflict-affected countries.

​VIOLENCE DISPLACES MORE THAN 87,000 IN MALI IN JUST THREE MONTHS

​VIOLENCE DISPLACES MORE THAN 87,000 IN MALI IN JUST THREE MONTHS

Press releases   •   Apr 09, 2019 11:56 BST

Humanitarian agencies in northern and central Mali are ringing the alarm bell about their ability to respond to such a rapidly growing humanitarian crisis.

SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ACCESS NEGLECTED BY INTERNATIONAL FUNDING DURING HUMANITARIAN CRISES

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​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

TWO THIRDS OF PEOPLE WITH ACUTE HUNGER LIVE IN 21 COUNTRIES IN CONFLICT: NEW HUNGER FIGURES EVIDENCE THE LINKS BETWEEN WAR AND HUNGER

TWO THIRDS OF PEOPLE WITH ACUTE HUNGER LIVE IN 21 COUNTRIES IN CONFLICT: NEW HUNGER FIGURES EVIDENCE THE LINKS BETWEEN WAR AND HUNGER

News   •   Apr 02, 2019 09:00 BST

• Yemen, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Syria, Nigeria and South Sudan and Sudan were among the eight countries that represent two-thirds - or 72 million people - who faced acute food insecurity last year, according to the Food Security Information Network’s (FSIN) 2019 Global Report on Food Crises.

YEMEN PLEDGING CONFERENCE, 26 FEBRUARY 2019 - JOINT INGO MESSAGES

YEMEN PLEDGING CONFERENCE, 26 FEBRUARY 2019 - JOINT INGO MESSAGES

News   •   Feb 26, 2019 08:00 GMT

As we approach the 2019 High-Level Pledging Event for Yemen on February 26, humanitarian needs in the country have increased drastically since the escalation of conflict in the country almost four years ago, with an estimated 24 million people or 80% of the population now in need of some form of humanitarian assistance this year.

HUNGER IS NOT INEVITABLE IN THE SAHEL: PRIORITIES FOR RESILIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT

HUNGER IS NOT INEVITABLE IN THE SAHEL: PRIORITIES FOR RESILIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT

News   •   Jan 28, 2019 13:28 GMT

The Sahel has experienced a greater increase in hunger over the past decade than any other region - yet hunger is not inevitable in the Sahel.

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

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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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  • HEAD OF EVIDENCE, NO WASTED LIVES COALITION

  • ADVOCACY MANAGER, ACTION AGAINST HUNGER UK

  • HEAD OF NUTRITION, ACTION AGAINST HUNGER UK

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