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.
How frontline workers are preventing the spread of coronavirus in the country’s capital Yaoundé.
We’re empowering mothers in Mpwapwa, Tanzania to give their children the strongest start to life.
When her granddaughter Fatime became critically ill, Khadija feared for the worst. But after receiving treatment at an Action Against Hunger health centre, Fatime is now healthy again and looking forward to a brighter future.
Ousmane's story is one of triumph and hope over sickness and life-threatening hunger in drought-affected Mauritania.
Life, loss and hope through the eyes of three Rohingya refugees.
Almost thirty years ago Fekhana, a female community health volunteer, helped a young boy called Amar get the strong start he needed. Now they're working side-by-side to treat hunger in their village.
After visiting one of our malnutrition treatment centres in Baran, northern India, three-year-old Bhumika now has the chance to go on to live a full, happy and productive life.
The women who are being empowered to become community health workers, and how they are key to the fight against hunger.
Community health workers in Mali are providing a lifeline to families in the hardest to reach regions.