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Access to drinking Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Nutrition and health above all is at the heart of our mission.
Food Security and Livelihoods
Food security and livelihoods for all.
Mental Health, Psychosocial Support
We provide psychological support to the most vulnerable
Mobilise and influence
Risk and Disaster Management
Faced with the accelerating trend in global warming, natural disasters are more frequent and more intense.
We are developing research programmes in response to the problem of hunger in the world.
NEARLY 800 MILLION PEOPLE WERE FACING CHRONIC FOOD INSECURITY IN 2016. 159 MILLION INFANTS LESS THAN FIVE YEARS OF AGE WERE TREATED FOR SEVERE MALNUTRITION, 50 MILLION FOR ACUTE MALNUTRITION. HALF OF THE WORLD POPULATION SUFFER MALNUTRITION. THE CLIMATIC CHANGE IS AN ADDITIONAL THREAT TO THE FOOD SECURITY OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE MOST VULNERABLE. DROUGHTS, FLOODS, EXTREME METROLOGIC EVENTS HAVE A DIRECT IMPACT ON THE COMMUNITIES.
Through its nutrition and health programmes, Action Against Hunger prevents, diagnoses and treats acute malnutrition of those at most risk: young infants, pregnant or breast-feeding women. Depending on the particular requirements of each situation, the context and the local culture, Action Against Hunger designs health and nutrition programmes that are tailor-made for the target community.
Action Against Hunger pays special attention to the training of local workers so that they can manage and treat malnutrition on a National level. Furthermore, AAH also takes into account the quality and nature of the care given to children in the family and the community. With this in mind, our programmes reinforce childcare practices and the parent-child relationship promoting the child’s physical and psychological development.
Our Healthcare Centres have been setup locally as close as possible to the people in need so that they are able to manage and treat malnutrition as quickly as possible. In parallel, emotional support (related to mental health) can be given to victims and their family.
Position & policy papers, studies, manuals & guidelines, reports
BangladeshCOVID-19 RESPONSE in Bangladesh
GuideHEALTH SYSTEM STRENGTHENING FROM DIAGNOSIS TO PLANNING
IASCGUIDELINES ON MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT IN...
Aid for NutritionEMERGING FINANCING MECHANISMS: WHERE IS THE VALUE FOR...
The latest news about our Action.
Our action in 2021How have your donations been spent ?
Democratic Republic of CongoEnsuring life-saving referrals
South SudanNew ways to farm bring women new reasons for hope
NigeriaHunger threatens more than a million children in northeast
LiberiaSupport health systems during the Covid-19 pandemic
Democratic Republic du CongoThe satisfaction of a mother-to-be.
MadagascarDrought leads to a humanitarian crisis
SOMALIEProviding health services to marginalized people
SomalieWhat $60 a month can provide for families
KenyaImproving maternity care for healthier moms and babies