Yearly Archives: 2008

ACFIN Position Paper – Research Policy

This document presents the ACF-IN research policy.

Agricultural Programs: From Initial Assessment to Programmes Implementation

This book is part of a series of food security books developed by Action contre la Faim (ACF-IN1) and is based upon a consolidation of experiences and investigations led over the past ten years on the field. This series looks at and develops specific aspects of the different food security programmes, especially the technical tools that can be […]

Seasons of Hunger: Briefing Paper

This Action Against Hunger briefing paper argues that planning for seasonality is an important, though often ignored, principle of smart development. Most of the world’s poor live in rural areas and work in agricultural and livestock economies. For these households, poverty, hunger and illness are highly dynamic phenomena, changing dramatically over the course of a […]

Mainstreaming HIV in ACFIN Programmes

The goal of this document is to define an organisational policy on HIV / AIDS, create a base model for defining program strategies and make recommendations on how to implement policy and the strategy.fee

The “Market for the Poor” Approach

ACF intervenes in many different contexts where hunger, food insecurity and economic insecurity show diverse faces and are caused by various factors. The importance of access to incomes, employment and more widely to markets, as well as the improvement and strengthening of relations between market actors either in rural or urban areas, is a crucial aspect for sustainable food […]

Introduction to Food Security Intervention Principles

Food security and livelihood programmes are an important part of our varied response to this plague and this booklet covers some of our action in this area: Understand the concepts of food security Better understand the project cycle and the analysis of food security Reinforce prevention by establishing surveillance systems. Have coherent responses to emergencies with […]