Programs

ACF-South Sudan, J. Seagle
ACF-South Sudan, J. Seagle

Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children while helping vulnerable communities become self-sufficient. With more than 5,500 staff in 45 countries, our programs in nutrition, food security and livelihoods, and water, sanitation, and hygiene reached more than nine million people in 2013.

Nutrition

ACF-Kenya, M. Francia

Action Against Hunger’s methods for identifying and rescuing populations afflicted with acute malnutrition are internationally renowned, having pioneered revolutionary nutrition products and field tested treatment protocols that have become industry standards. 

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Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

ACF-Uganda, T. Frank

Every day 4,000 children die from illnesses like diarrhea, dysentery, and cholera caused by dirty water and unhygienic living conditions. We can’t fight malnutrition without tackling the diseases that contribute to it. As part of our integrated approach to hunger, we’re getting safe water, sanitation, and hygiene services to communities in need all over the world.

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Food Security & Livelihoods

ACF-DRC, J. Asenbrennerova

Encompassing a wide array of activities customized to meet a community’s specific needs, our programs are designed to bolster agricultural production, jumpstart local market activity, support micro-enterprise initiatives, and otherwise enhance a vulnerable community’s access to sustainable sources of food and income.

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Emergency Response

ACF-Bangladesh, S. Rahman Saed

From cholera epidemics sweeping through refugee camps, to catastrophic natural disasters, to spikes in malnutrition rates brought on by drought, Action Against Hunger responds to humanitarian emergencies all over the world, delivering immediate life-saving services to populations in distress.

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