Tondrua is an Action Against Hunger volunteer in South Sudan. As the country remains vulnerable to coronavirus, he continues to raise awareness among his community.
How health workers like Dr Ayesha Aziz in Pakistan have been treating children with life-threatening hunger during the coronavirus crisis.
How we’re supporting communities in Pakistan to get the nutrients they need to maintain healthy diets.
After being admitted with malnutrition to an Action Against Hunger health centre in Mogadishu, Somalia, two-year-old Mohamed was able to go home after just ten days.
Our Communications Manager in Somalia discusses being the only female photojournalist in Mogadishu, and describes how she captured the remarkable recovery of a one-year-old girl from life-threatening hunger for our Six Weeks To Save a Life Appeal.
Meet the mothers in Mpwapwa, who have seen, first-hand, the benefits from our nutrition programme in the region.
How Fatuma’s 20-month-old daughter Halima survived life-threatening hunger.
After receiving treatment at an Action Against Hunger health centre, Suldana is now looking forward to a brighter future.
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.
Years of conflict and fighting make countries like Yemen more vulnerable to diseases like coronavirus.
Communities in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda are fighting to save their crops from locusts devouring entire fields.
Dr David Gai Zakayo is Action Against Hunger's Roving Medical Doctor in South Sudan. He speaks about the work he is doing in the country to deal with the new threat from the coronavirus.