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Yearly Archives: 2023

Request for Quotations – Request for Proposal

SUPPORT IN PRODUCTION OF LEARNING VIDEOS – FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT Closing Date: FEBRUARY 12, 2023, at 23:59 EST BACKGROUND ABOUT US Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organization established in 1979 with a mission to save the lives of severely malnourished children and help communities become self-sufficient. With over 8,000 staff in nearly 50 countries, […]

As Hunger Rate Soar, New Forecast Warns Horn of Africa Faces Potential Sixth Failed Rainy Season

MOGADISHU, SOMALIA – February 2, 2023 – Action Against Hunger is raising the alarm about rising hunger rates as a new Climate Hazards Center forecast predicts a sixth consecutive failed rainy season in the Horn of Africa. Below-normal rains between March and May could further stress limited food and water supplies as, across the Horn […]

Request for Quotations – Service Contract

CONSULTANCY ON SIMPLIFIED APPROACHES FOR TREATMENT OF CHILD WASTING FOR DRC NUTRITION CLUSTER. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2023, at 23:59 EST BACKGROUND ABOUT US The Global Nutrition Cluster Technical Alliance (GNC) Technical Alliance or Alliance) is an initiative for the mutual benefit of the nutrition community, and affected populations, to improve the quality of nutrition in […]

Ethiopia: For Clean Water and Sanitation

Photo by: Peter Caton for Action Against Hunger Ethiopia When the rainy season ends in southern Ethiopia, women like Loko from villages in the Borena region make excruciatingly long journeys to fetch water for their families. “I used to travel all the way to the top of the mountain and then all the way down […]

Women Farming - Action Against Hunger

New Ways To Farm Bring Women New Reasons For Hope

Adhele overlooking her farm. Photo by: Peter Caton for Action Against Hunger, South Sudan. By: Susan Martinez “We can help prevent malnutrition in our children – this is our deepest wish,” says Adhele, a mother, farmer, and water committee member in South Sudan. Adhele, 35, knew something wasn’t right when her two-year-old son, Piol, stopped […]