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.

Contact information for Action Against Hunger USA is:
247 W 37th St
New York, NY 10018
(212) 967-7800

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Action Against Hunger USA has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Action Against Hunger USA has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in New York, New York is 28 and in the Humane Societies category is 56. Learn more about ZapScore

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Watch: In this Al Jazeera English segment, you can see some of our nutrition programs in Aweil, located in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, South Sudan, and hear our Emergency Coordinator Mauro Cammarata discuss the country's humanitarian crisis.
It has been three months since famine, which has been caused by a longstanding conflict between the government and rebels groups, was declared in some parts of South Sudan.

"There is a severe lack of food. The mortality rate is there."--@acfusa on #famine threat in #SouthSudan.…

Ethiopia's Tedros Ghebreyesus becomes first African to head World Health Organization (@WHO)

@hiba_morgan Thank you for featuring @acfusa in your excellent report on #hunger crisis and #famine threat in #Aweil #SouthSudan.

Interview w/@acfusa via @hiba_morgan: Areas outside #famine zones in #SouthSudan suffering severe food shortages.…

Stay tuned: #ActionAgainstHunger profiles 10 women in #Gaza under 10 yrs of #blockade. #OpenGaza @Acontraelhambre…

Millions of people are forced to flee their homes each year. But where they escape to can make a big difference in their legal status and how they world thinks about them: if you cross a national border, you're a refugee. If you don't, you're an internally displaced person, or IDP. Right now, there are twice as many IDPs than refugees. Check out the new report from Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) to learn more:
The Global Report on Internal Displacement presents the latest information on internal displacement worldwide caused by conflict, violence and disasters.

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A huge thank you to the students in Danielle Kotopoulis' advanced ceramics class at Ramsey High School! They created and sold these beautiful bowls for this year's Empty Bowl Project and raised $460 to support our work to fight hunger.

“We are extremely worried. The dramatic increase in the number of suspected cholera cases in only a few weeks indicates that we could soon be facing a public health catastrophe. Yemen is already at rock bottom because of ongoing conflict and widespread hunger: the country cannot absorb a major new shock such as this. The Yemeni health system is on the brink of collapse, as this crisis clearly highlights.” - Erin Hutchinson, our Country Director in Yemen
In Yemen, a rampant cholera epidemic is threatening the lives of populations already weakened by two years of conflict. Authorities in Yemen have declared a state of emergency over the outbreak in the capital city of Sana’a and are calling for international help to prevent a massive public health…

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Did you know that in some parts of the world, it's a traditional practice to immediately give a newborn water? Humanitarian aid organizations like Action Against Hunger USA are stepping in and counseling women around the world on the health risks of giving water and why it's better to breastfeed. Here is one mom's story.
There is a critical time when good nutrition matters most: during the 1,000 days between a woman’s pregnancy through a child’s second birthday, adequate nutrition has long-lasting impact on a child’s chances for survival, as well as on long-term health and development.