Urgent action is needed to address the consequences of food shortages, armed conflict, and limited access to healthcare.
Burkina Faso, Mali, Sudan, South Sudan and the occupied Palestinian territories are the countries with the highest levels of hunger. We must act now to avoid catastrophe
If the worst drought in a generation wasn’t making things hard enough, the conflict in Ukraine is causing food prices to skyrocket across East Africa. 50 million are already on the brink of famine. And the worst is yet to come.
At one School in Tanzania, where 1,100 children attended, seven inadequate toilets lead to unsanitary conditions, causing various health issues. But now Action Against Hunger has built 20 new toilets - transforming the lives of students.
From staple crops like potatoes and maize, to cash crops for wealthier customers like cocoa and coffee, climate change is having a widespread impact on global agricultural production.
By providing families with £80 a month, we’re helping Venezuelan migrants to integrate with Colombian society and build a better life.
The devastating earthquakes that struck Syria and Turkey in February 2023 killed over 50,000 people and left millions homeless . Six months later, we’re still providing life-saving support to those affected by the disaster.
As their livestock dies during the extreme drought gripping Somalia, families are being forced to leave everything behind in search of food and an income. Meet the mothers who are navigating the harsh realities of climate crisis and conflict – hoping for a better tomorrow.
The violence in Sudan threatens to deepen the humanitarian crisis in a country that was already struggling. Before this outbreak, 15.8 million people were already in need of humanitarian aid. Over 11 million didn’t have enough healthy, nutritious food.
Yemen is in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. Millions of people are in need of food, water, healthcare, and shelter. Children are particularly vulnerable. Action Against Hunger is working there to help.
Four-year-old Dieubéni and his grandma Jeannette live in the Central African Republic, where hunger too often claims the lives of young children. But if malnutrition is treated fast, children like Dieubéni have a chance of a healthy future.
Since the conflict started, Action Against Hunger has supported more than 650,000 people in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.