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.

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

Hunger and child abandonment in north South Sudan

July 14, 2016  —  Al Jazeera

Recent Press on Central African Republic Crisis

July 5, 2016

Action Against Hunger CEO Participates in High-Level World Humanitarian Summit Events

June 14, 2016  —  UN Web TV

Technical Director Interviewed by Voice of America

May 24, 2016  —  Voice of America

Central African Republic Violence Leaving Kids Hungry

March 2, 2016  —  New York Times

World's Fair Diversity Event to Return to Stevenson High School

January 25, 2016  —  Chicago Tribune

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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 more than 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 17 million people in 2019 alone.