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We work in 46 countries around the world to support people without access to essential food and healthcare. These numbers are rising because of the impacts of conflict, climate change, inequality and, now, Covid-19.

You can be part of a movement to end hunger for good.

In the UK, our campaigners urge the UK government to support communities around the world to access nutritious, safe and affordable food and essential health services. We work to understand the reasons why hunger exists and then campaign to make sure the UK government does its bit to tackle the causes of hunger.

That is where supporters like you come in, by campaigning with us.

Brief your MPAlice Mwishe (13 years old) with her little sister Olivine, outside a school in the DRC

Brief your MP

The UK Government’s decision to cut UK Aid puts the lives of malnourished children at risk. But there’s still time for them to commit to support malnourished children around the world this December. Ask your MP to raise the importance of hunger with the Foreign Secretary.

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UK Aid: saving livesHalima walks around her home in an internally displaced people camp in Somalia. Halima recovered from life-threatening malnutrition thanks to the support of Action Against Hunger.

UK Aid: saving lives

The UK has led global efforts to reduce hunger and malnutrition around the world. But aid cuts could mean nearly 3 million of the mothers and their children on the frontline of hunger go without life-saving nutrition. UK Aid plays a vital role in supporting them.

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Crack the Crises

In November, the UK will host the COP 26 Climate Change Summit where world leaders will come together to discuss the climate crisis. Climate change is driving hunger rates around the world, and is unfairly affecting people living in the poorest places the most. Decisions made by governments at the summit will impact us all, but especially those living through hunger. Join us and over 50 other organisations as we seize this moment to crack the crises of Covid, injustice and climate change.

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If you have any questions or want to find out more about how you can help, contact us today.

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