Action Against Hunger’s international network produces a variety of published works from context analysis and regional assessments to community surveys and field reports.
Guidelines: For the integrated management of severe acute malnutrition: In- and out-patient treatmentDecember, 2011
Guidelines surrounding the integrated approach to to SAM on the principle basis that treating of the diseases in the malnourished is different from the normally nourished.
Food Security and Livelihoods Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines: A Practical Guide for Field WorkersOctober, 2011
These guidelines have been developed to address the series of changes in ACF's operating context to: ecourage best practice in M&E for ACF; introduce a common harmonized approach to and understanding of the purpose of M&E; ensure M&E activities across a project cycle are in line with ACF Project Cycle Management; be accountable to ACF stakeholders and; supplement existing thematic ACF guidance. The goal is to harmonise and standardise monitoring information collected throughout the various countries programmes and projects implemented by ACF FSL teams all...
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.
ACF South Sudan's methodology in children hygiene promotion in Warrap state.
This guide book serves to support the mandate of ACF in the fight against malnutrition by providing a methodological, technical and practical reference tool for the implementation of Food Security and Livelihoods Surveillance Systems. It is a review and update of the 2006 ACF publication, "Methodological Approach for Food Security Assessment and Surveillance".
Changing Climates, Changing Lives: ADAPTATION STRATEGIES OF PASTORAL AND AGRO-PASTORAL COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIA AND MALIJune, 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.
This publication guides field workers on how to implement specific aspects of different food security and livelihood programs. Based on Action Against Hunger’s experiences and investigations over the past 10 years in the field, this manual highlights technical tools and intervention principles that can be implemented in various projects.
Identification of vulnerable people in urban environments: Assessment of sustainable livelihoods and urban vulnerabilities (French)December, 2009
This methodological guide is designed for use by field practitioners, and was conceived in response to several problems: proliferation of food crises in urban environments; difficulty targeting the most vulnerable population among all those affected by urban poverty; breakdown of social structures; and official betrayal or non recognition of disaffected neighborhoods.
This Action Against Hunger | ACF International paper outlines the organization’s policies and strategies in relation to the HIV/AIDS pandemic in many countries struggling with high infection rates. The document also outlines ACF’s goals and approaches and provides recommendations for policy implementation.
Action Against Hunger is leading a global movement to end hunger in our lifetimes. It innovates solutions, advocates for change, and reaches 25 million people every year with proven hunger prevention and treatment programs. As a nonprofit that works across 50 countries, its 8,300 dedicated staff members partner with communities to address the root causes of hunger, including climate change, conflict, inequity, and emergencies. It strives to create a world free from hunger, for everyone, for good.