Action Against Hunger’s international network produces a variety of published works from context analysis and regional assessments to community surveys and field reports.
Households in Bandundu Province, DRC rely primarily on agriculture for food; cultivating cassava as the main crop and have limited dietary diversity. Due to the presence of cyanide in cassava, a poisonous chemical in unprocessed cassava, the retting process to leach out cyanide prior to consumption is essential. Improperly processed cassava causes konzo, a neurological ailment triggered by sustained dietary exposure to cyanide.
ACF Kenya: Participatory Risk Analysis & Integrated Approaches to Increasing Resilience of Pastoral Communities in Northern KenyaSeptember, 2014
Households and livelihoods in Merti and Garbatulla Districts of Kenya are highly vulnerable and threatened by an increasing frequency of cyclical, seasonal droughts in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) of Kenya. Pastoral communities are at risk with the gradual erosion of community resilience and traditional coping strategies by successive shocks and limited development investments.
SQUEAC Report: Goronyo LGA's Community Management of Acute Malnutrition Program in State of Sokoto, Northern NigeriaApril, 2014
This newsletter is a bi-annual publication for Action Against Hunger's Kenya Mission. The aim is to reach out to various stakeholders and partners to increase awareness about our programmes. This publication highlights the most recent information on current pogrammes, including the unique initiative, Mother to Mother Support Group, that is transforming the lives of hundreds of families.
What Does It Mean to Implement a Research Uptake Strategy? Experiences from the REFANI Consortium - Summary on the Panel DiscussionDecember, 2013
Summary of REFANI's panel discussion on research uptake, held on October 4, 2016 in London.