Publications

ACF-Kenya, S. Hauenstein Swan
ACF-Kenya, S. Hauenstein Swan

Action Against Hunger’s international network produces a variety of published works from context analysis and regional assessments to community surveys and field reports.

Recent Publications

Mongolia: Commodity Vouchers to Support Livestock Herder Disaster Preparedness

January, 2012

At Action Against Hunger, we have a history of pioneering the application of cutting-edge tools and techniques to old, persistent problems in aid and development. In that tradition, we are a leading partner of the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP).

Emerging Good Practice in the Use of Fresh Food Vouchers

January, 2012

In the following document, Action Against Hunger shares what we’ve learned from our recent experiences using fresh food vouchers in emergency contexts. As a leading partner in the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP), Action Against Hunger has been applying these innovative, market-based vouchers as a way to give crisis-affected families a flexible way to buy what they most need to survive, while keeping food vendors involved in the local economy.

Hunger Matters, 2012

January, 2012

Action Against Hunger’s global magazine, Hunger Matters, delivers perspectives from the front lines of humanitarian action and the race to end deadly malnutrition. Focused on “recurring crises,” this edition of Hunger Matters explores the cyclical nature of global hunger and the seasonal realities that keep too many communities impoverished from year to year. We invite you to learn more about the ongoing challenges faced by these communities and how our innovative solutions are making a difference.

Caught in the Conflict

August, 2011

Action Against Hunger | ACF International’s first intervention in Pakistan was in 1979 in the context of the Afghan crisis and the arrival of thousands of Afghan refugees. After the country-wide torrential rains which began in late July 2010 and affected 17.2 million people, ACF scaled up its programs responding to the emergency, initially with life-saving activities and later on with livelihoods restoration.

Changing Climates, Changing Lives: ADAPTATION STRATEGIES OF PASTORAL AND AGRO-PASTORAL COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIA AND MALI

June, 2010

This joint publication analyzes the reactions of pastoralists and agro-pastorialists in Ethiopia and Mali to climate change shocks and stressers. Examining the implications of local perceptions to climate change, this technical report offers policy recommendations that promote food security and climate-resilient livelihoods.

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