Action Against Hunger’s international network produces a variety of published works from context analysis and regional assessments to community surveys and field reports.
As part of a humanitarian effort to address the AIDS pandemic, Action Against Hunger | ACF International works to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on vulnerable communities. HIV has complicated the treatment of severe malnutrition, challenging traditional approaches and requiring substantial investments in field-based research. This publication makes an important contribution to understanding the linkages between HIV/AIDS and hunger by highlighting ACF's vital research in Malawi.
As the principal providers for families around the world, women are key partners in the struggle to end hunger and agencies must incorporate such realities into the very design of their humanitarian programs.
Combining thorough analysis with personal testimonies from struggling families, this report assesses the underlying causes of hunger in several African countries. A powerful indictment of local institutions, national governments, international agencies, and the socioeconomic forces complicit in the persistence of world hunger, this report argues that an end to malnutrition is fully possible with sufficient political will. This publication is currently out of print and not available for download.
After a career in banking, Stéphanie Rivoal joined Action Against Hunger | ACF International in northern Sudan in 2005 where she documented in stunning photographic detail the complexities that underlie the humanitarian crisis in Darfur. This publication is currently out of print and not available for download.
Five Agence VU photographers visited Action Against Hunger | ACF International’s programs to give photographic voice to the phenomenon of urban hunger, creating a startling companion piece to ACF’s study on urban hunger, La faim dans les villes. This publication is currently out of print and not available for download.