Monthly Archives: July 2015

Somali and Children Displaced Action Against Hunger

A Decade Displaced

In the past two decades, more than a million people have been forced to flee the fierce fighting and chronic drought that has plagued Somalia. In our special Somalia series, Somalis displaced in their country tell us the daily challenges they face in the camps they now call home. In 2006, Ethiopia invaded Somalia. Caught in clashes […]

Humanitarian Assistance Action Against Hunger

Surviving in Somalia’s Displacement Camps

Families living in south-central Somalia have endured political instability, violence and cycles of drought for 20 years, struggling to survive while their basic human rights are denied. So far, the international community and the various Somali authorities have not fulfilled their responsibilities to this desperately vulnerable population – especially women and children. Over the past 20 years, […]

Drought in Guatemala Action Against Hunger

Drought in Guatemala Raises Hunger Threat

Three years of erratic rainfall followed by a drought during the planting season in 2014 has put the food security of nearly 1.5 million people in danger in the Dry Corridor of Guatemala. In rural areas, where over 50% of the population lives, families have exhausted their options. Action Against Hunger is leading a consortium of […]

Annual Progress Report 2014

The report is structured according to the five goals outlined in our strategic plan 2010 – 2015 and includes data from all of Action Against Hunger’s activities across the globe. In 2014, Action Against Hunger significantly increased the volume of its operations and the number of people it reaches. The organisation also established two new fundraising offices […]

2014 Learning Review from Action Against Hunger

From the start, Action Against Hunger has committed to learning and challenging the status quo in order to continuously find new, better ways and thus increase our impact. Through our annual Learning Review we share with the world our successes as well as our failures. It is also a platform for Discussion and Debate for […]

South Sudan’s Forgotten Children

More than a year of conflict has left a devastating mark on the world’s youngest country. Since conflict erupted in South Sudan in December 2013, families have been plunged into unimaginable chaos. Tens of thousands have been killed and nearly two million more have fled their homes in terror. Half a million have escaped over the border, with […]