Media Mentions

Action Against Hunger is meeting the urgent survival needs of Rohingya refugees who have crossed the border into Bangladesh in the wake of violence in Myanmar. Photo: Kathleen Prior for Action Against Hunger, Bangladesh
Action Against Hunger is meeting the urgent survival needs of Rohingya refugees who have crossed the border into Bangladesh in the wake of violence in Myanmar. Photo: Kathleen Prior for Action Against Hunger, Bangladesh

Here you'll find the latest news referencing our organization and experts. Check back often for new stories from here at home and around the world.

In Yemen's war, trapped families ask: Which child should we save?

November 30, 2016  —  The Washington Post

Who’s afraid of Mr Trump?

November 14, 2016  —  IRIN News

Gifts that give back

November 13, 2016  —  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

30 Thoughtful Gifts That Give Back

November 13, 2016  —  PopSugar

Press for Gala Against Hunger 2016

October 31, 2016  —  Multiple

Gifts That Give Back

October 17, 2016  —  Travel+Leisure

World leaders must act fast to keep promise to end child deaths by 2030

October 14, 2016  —  Thomson Reuters Foundation News

Can Attacks On Aid Workers Be Stopped?

September 29, 2016  —  NPR

Nigeria's Buhari appeals to world for aid

September 23, 2016  —  Agence France Presse

Cost hampers drive to double number of children treated for starvation - hunger experts

September 22, 2016  —  Thomson Reuters Foundation News

Action Against Hunger Launches Stream Against Hunger

September 13, 2016  —  Comics & Gaming Magazine

Malnutrition rates in Nigeria “horrifying”

September 1, 2016  —  IRIN

ANALYSIS-Justice elusive for slain aid workers on front lines of crises

August 19, 2016  —  Thomson Reuters Foundation News

244,000 hungry children

August 1, 2016  —  IRIN

Displaced and forgotten in Central African Republic

July 27, 2016  —  Al Jazeera

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Action Against Hunger is the world’s hunger specialist and leader in a global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes. For 40 years, the humanitarian and development organization has been on the front lines, treating and preventing hunger across nearly 50 countries. It served more than 21 million people in 2018 alone.