Action Against Hunger USA

Action Against Hunger USA
Action Against Hunger USA is listed in the Humane Societies category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Action Against Hunger USA which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Action Against Hunger USA on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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247 W 37th St
New York, NY 10018
(212) 967-7800

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In these attacks, 288 aid workers were victims: 101 aid workers killed, 98 wounded, and 89 kidnapped. #ProtectAidWorkers #NotATarget

In 2016, 158 major attacks against humanitarian aid operations were documented:

In a mother's group, Roda found renewed strength & a network of support after fleeing her home in South Sudan:…

DR Congo's 'hidden' hunger crisis leaves millions of people in need of food aid

When Roda was forced to flee her home in South Sudan, her life fell apart. Caring for her four children and her sister's three children after their parents were killed, she sought refuge in Uganda - where she (quite literally) began to rebuild, laying the foundation of a new home, brick by brick. Thanks to a vibrant mother's group supported by Action Against Hunger, Roda has found renewed strength and a strong network of support: “If I need to go to the health center, my neighbors will help me. If I have any problems, I share them with the mother group. We are all united. We are all sisters.”
Roda Keji, 29, is a refugee - and a mother, a sister, a wife, an aunt - living in Uganda. She fled South Sudan in 2014, when the conflict came to her home village of Mugali.

“If I have any problems, I share them with the mother group. We are all united. We are all sisters.” Meet Rod…

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Our program teams are hard at work meeting the urgent needs of communities in Kasai, Democratic Republic of Congo - a region where violent conflict has erupted in recent months.

An ongoing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo has caused a rapid increase in the number of people facing malnutrition and food insecurity. New analysis from the United Nations shows that 7.7 million people in DRC face acute hunger -- that's a 30% increase from last year. Action Against Hunger is working in many areas experiencing violence, including Kasai Province. Our DRC Country Director: "The conflict in Kasai is creating an extreme degree of violence. There is a high risk of humanitarian workers being caught in the crossfire. At least 1.3 million people in Kasai are hiding in the bush with no food, traumatized by the horrendous violence. We're saving lives with food, medicines, and mobile clinics. Right now, we are working to reach 129,000 people in Kasai with emergency food and health care."
More than one in ten people living in rural areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are hungry due to escalating and prolonged conflict and displacement, United Nations agencies today reported, warning that the situation will worsen unless urgent support comes in time.

The world's largest cholera outbreak hits a grim milestone: more than half a million suspected cases of the disease reported in Yemen. We're working hard to prevent the spread of disease with clean water, safe sanitation, community education about good hygiene, and more.
More than half a million people in Yemen have been infected with cholera since the epidemic began four months ago and 1,975 people have died, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.

Richard and Roy are brothers. They live in a very poor community in a mountainous region of #Peru. Two years ago, both were suffering from chronic undernutrition. As a result, they were anemic, constantly fell asleep at school, and had very little energy during the day. Action Against Hunger's holistic nutrition program ensured that Richard and Roy received treatment for anemia and that their diet included lots of protein, iron, and essential nutrients. This is Richard and Roy today, radiant with good health, and bursting with energy to play and learn. #InvestInNutrition #SDG2