OUR ACTIVITY IN 2022
As part of our transparency policy, we want to outline all our activities on the ground in 2022: our emergency responses, security incidents we encountered, our research and innovation work, our income and our expenses, our partners… Basically, everything Action contre la Faim did in 2022.
NUTRITION AND HEALTH
The aim of the Nutrition and Health programme is to detect and treat undernutrition among the most vulnerable people and to provide basic healthcare.
MENTAL HEALTH, CARE PRACTICES, GENDER AND PROTECTION
The Mental Health, Care Practices, Gender and Protection programme seeks to integrate the human, psychological and cultural dimensions into the causes of malnutrition, so that it can be prevented and contained more effectively.
FOOD SECURITY AND LIVELIHOODS
The Food Security and Livelihoods programme exists to prevent malnutrition and situations of famine. The action taken to support agriculture and livestock farming, income-generating activities and assistance for shopkeepers and markets help economic and social activities to resume for good and promote a nutritious, balanced diet for fragile populations.
WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene programme aims to guarantee nutritional security through constant and sufficient access to safe drinking water, adequate hygiene practices and appropriate sanitation infrastructures.
In 2022, we helped 6.8 million people who benefited from our Water, Sanitation and Hygiene expertise.
RISK AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
The Risk and Disaster Management programme aims to prepare, mitigate and help people in the event of natural disasters.
In 2022, 268,000 people benefited from risk and disaster management assistance.
The aim of the Advocacy programme is to influence political and economic decision-makers by mobilising public opinion to bring about lasting changes in policies and practices to eradicate hunger in the world.
In 2022, we carried out 187 advocacy initiatives (articles, meetings and campaigns) and obtained 42 policy changes as a result of these initiatives around the world.
The Research programme aims to improve the quality of our interventions through quantitative and qualitative studies in order to better understand the causes of undernutrition in a given region, optimise the diagnosis of severe acute malnutrition and define new modalities for the treatment/prevention of undernutrition.
In 2022, we conducted́ 43 research projects in 19 countries where we operate, which were covered by 23 research publications.