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Action Against Hunger launches its 2012 Learning Review of its programmes around the world.
A fieldworker's perspective on the challenges of tackling child hunger in India
As conflict continues in Mali, thousands of families are forced to flee thier homes and 20,000 children are suffering from malnutrition in Gao alone
Imagine fleeing violence in your home city and settling in a camp for displaced citizens. If that fate isnít difficult enough, imagine the area around the camp then being seized by members of a rebel group, forcing you back, homeless, to your city of origin where there is no power and virtually no access to water.
Action Against Hunger launches the second stage of its Aid For Nutrition report series, explaining why more needs to happen to improve investments in nutrition aid and transparency of spending.
Companies across the capital united to take part in Action Against Hunger's 10k Challenge, to raise more than £45,000 to fight child hunger.
One year after the height of the food crisis in East Africa, much progress has been made but thousands of families remain in desperate need of help.
Will the recent hunger summit have a lasting impact on saving and improving people's lives around the world?
As world leaders gather in London to discuss reducing child nutrition by Rio 2012, Action Against Hunger highlights some of the issues surrounding the debate
The number of severely malnourished children far surpasses emergency thresholds with several months to go before harvest season