More than two out of three British parents believe that climate change poses a threat to their children’s future.
As our programmes restart, food insecurity is rising rapidly in the country.
What can £1 on your restaurant bill cover? Olives? A bread roll? Or a day's worth of live-saving therapeutic food to treat a severely malnourished child.
After a brief pause to ensure the safety of our aid workers, Action Against Hunger is preparing to resume our programmes in Afghanistan.
Action Against Hunger is mounting a response to the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit southern Haiti on Saturday 14 August 2021 and Tropical Storm Grace, which followed.
Action Against Hunger will scale up its work in Gaza and continue its dedication to protect and respond to the needs of the population in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
The Covid-19 pandemic has interacted with new, ongoing and protracted conflicts, exacerbating existing inequalities and protection concerns, and contributing to dramatically escalating humanitarian needs including displacement, famine, food insecurity and desperate medical shortfalls.
Save the Children and Action Against Hunger urge the UK to reverse these cuts without delay.
Yesterday’s statement and today’s International Development Committee session on UK official development assistance (ODA) spend have provided none of the clarity we desperately need.
The UK Government has cut aid to Syria, which recently marked ten years of conflict, by almost a third.
Fires in camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, have highlighted the continued need for emergency humanitarian assistance for Rohingya refugee communities living there.
Communities are still in need of urgent humanitarian assistance a decade on from the start of the conflict in the country.