Rohingya Refugees receive food and treatment at an Action Against Hunger outpatients centre in Bangladesh catering for children suffering from malnutrition

Rohingya Refugee Crisis

One million people have taken shelter in the camps and villages in Cox's Bazar. Now, heavy rains are flooding settlements, and thousands are at risk of landslides.

What you can do

There are many ways you can support Action Against Hunger. We need your support to provide children with the nutrition and care they need to survive and grow up strong.

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Auction Against Hunger is coming to Manchester for the first time!

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Our work with Syrian refugees

Action Against Hunger has been working with Syrian refugees since 2008
Action Against Hunger has been working with Syrian refugees since 2008

We support Syrians who have been internally displaced and those who have fled the violence.

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Who we are

In 2017, we helped 20.2 million people around the world.

Where we work

Our teams work in nearly 50 countries worldwide to carry out innovative, lifesaving programmes

Latest News

From catastrophic natural disasters, to conflict, to spikes in malnutrition rates, we deliver immediate lifesaving services to families in distress all around the world

Emergency Countries

From catastrophic natural disasters, to conflict, to spikes in malnutrition rates, we deliver immediate lifesaving services to families in distress all around the world

Action Against Hunger will always use the funds it raises responsibly. In 2016, 92 pence in every £1 went towards our charitable activities.

How your money helps

Action Against Hunger will always use the funds it raises responsibly. In 2016, 92 pence in every £1 went towards our charitable activities.

Make a monthly donation so we can continue our work to help malnourished children around the world.

Make a monthly donation

Make a monthly donation so we can continue our work to help malnourished children around the world.