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Monthly Archives: June 2018

In the Spirit of Growing: North Spirit Lake

Children planting their new mobile garden at Victoria Linklater School, North Spirit Lake If you follow our social media posts you’ll know that we recently undertook a long and windy journey to establish Generation Nutrition within North Spirit Lake, a remote fly-in community of 290 people in Northwestern Ontario. The eight hour voyage to cross […]

Risk of Flooding from Fuego Volcano Action Against Hunger

Guatemala Volcano Relief: Addressing the Risk of Flooding

  Highlights Action Against Hunger and local institutions are coordinating efforts to identify evacuation routes and areas of refuge from the imminent risk of rivers overflowing with large amounts of water and ash Action Against Hunger is already providing water and basic sanitation in evacuation centres, which are continuing to reach more people in the […]

Protecting Children from Hunger Action Against Hunger

FATHERS AGAINST HUNGER IN MALI: ALL PARENTS SHOULD SEE THEIR CHILDREN SURVIVE

Famakan Kiabou, a Community Health Worker trained by Action Against Hunger in the remote village of Kourounan, Mali, screens a child for malnutrition. Photo: B.Stevens/i-Images for Action Against Hunger, Mali   This Father’s Day, we want to pay tribute to the many fathers and men around the world fighting to protect children from hunger and […]

Volcanic Eruption Action Against Hunger

GUATEMALA FUEGO EMERGENCY: ACTION AGAINST HUNGER RESPONDS AS DEATH TOLL RISES

  HIGHLIGHTS Potential flooding in the coming weeks during the rainy season could worsen the situation of the more than 1.7 million people affected. Action Against Hunger’s emergency water and sanitation (WASH) team has been mobilised to the Escuintla Department of Guatemala to assess the clean water, sanitation and hygiene needs of those affected by […]

Severe Flooding Action Against Hunger

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER RESPONDS TO SEVERE FLOODING IN KENYA

Photo: Brian Kimanthi for Action Against Hunger, Kenya   HIGHLIGHTS More than 600,000 people across Kenya have been affected by the severe flooding, including more than 123,000 people who have been displaced from their homes. At least seven counties have been affected by heavy rains, which are expected to continue. Flooding has heightened the risk […]