Coronavirus has created a perfect storm in Somalia’s humanitarian crisis. But Action Against Hunger’s teams are helping to save lives at De Martini hospital, the only quarantine centre in the country’s capital Mogadishu.
We save the lives of malnourished children. We ensure everyone can access clean water, food, training and healthcare. We enable entire communities to be free from hunger.
Stories from our work
Years of conflict and fighting make countries like Yemen more vulnerable to diseases like coronavirus.
Meet the mothers in Mpwapwa, who have seen, first-hand, the benefits from our nutrition programme in the region.
Community health workers in Mali are providing a lifeline to families in the hardest to reach regions.
We reached 5.5 million people through our nutrition programmes in 2019.
We supported 5.6 million people with our water, sanitation and hygiene projects in 2019.
We helped 2.9 million people with our health programmes in 2019.
Somalia is experiencing a prolonged, complex crisis caused by conflict, displacement, drought, extreme weather and disease.
Families living in war-torn Yemen are facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis in decades.
Bangladesh is vulnerable to climate disasters and hosts a large number of refugees from neighbouring countries.