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OUR MISSION

TO SAVE LIVES.

OUR VISION

A WORLD FREE FROM HUNGER.

FOR ALMOST 40 YEARS, ACROSS NEARLY 50 COUNTRIES,
WE HAVE LED THE GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER.

We save the lives of children and work with their communities before and after disaster strikes. We enable people to provide for themselves, see their children grow up strong, and build prosperous communities.

We constantly search for more effective solutions, while sharing our knowledge and expertise with the world. We push for long-term change.

We will never give up. Until the world is free from hunger.

WE WORK FOR

WE WORK AGAINST

WHAT WE VALUE

ACTING COURAGEOUSLY

We will do whatever it takes to help the marginalized and most at risk, always acting with integrity and respect. No matter how hard, no matter how long it takes.

LEADING BY EXAMPLE

We are the nutrition experts, trusted and respected across the world. We analyze, we problem solve, we share knowledge — and we inspire others to get involved.

IMPACT THAT LASTS

Whether immediately in a crisis, or incrementally in the long term, our actions make a measurable impact. We provide evidence, take responsibility, and are always accountable.

WORKING BETTER TOGETHER

We cannot solve these problems on our own. So we work in partnerships to maximize the impact we make — and to create a worldwide movement for change.

FROM 2013 TO 2018

WE HAVE HELPED OVER 1.8 MILLION FILIPINO PEOPLE.

CHARTER OF PRINCIPLES

We are committed to principled humanitarian action as outlined in our International Charter of Principles:

INDEPENDENCE

Action Against Hunger acts according to its own principles in order to maintain its moral and financial independence. Action Against Hunger’s actions are not defined in terms of domestic or foreign policies, nor does the organisation act in the interest of any government.

NEUTRALITY

Action Against Hunger maintains a strict political and religious neutrality. Action Against Hunger can however denounce human rights violations it witnesses as well as obstacles put in the way of its humanitarian activities.

NON-DISCRIMINATION

Action Against Hunger rejects all discrimination based on ethnicity, nationality, opinion, race, religion, gender or social class.

FREE AND DIRECT ACCESS TO PEOPLE IN NEED

Action Against Hunger demands free access to populations in need and direct control of its programmes. Action Against Hunger uses all means available to achieve this goal, and will denounce and act against obstacles that prevent the organisation from doing so. Action Against Hunger also verifies the allocation of its resources in order to ensure that they reach those individuals for whom they are destined. Under no circumstances can partners working together with or alongside Action Against Hunger become the ultimate beneficiaries of the organisation’s programmes.

PROFESSIONALISM

To maximise its efficiency and use of resources, Action Against Hunger bases the assessment, conception, management, and realisation of its programmes on the highest professional standards and years of experience.

TRANSPARENCY

Action Against Hunger is committed to respecting a policy of transparency and disclosure for its beneficiaries, donors, and partners by making available all information on the allocation and management of its funds, and by providing independent verification of its good management.

PUBLICATIONS

INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL REPORT 2020

The International Annual Report 2020 outlines Action Against Hunger’s key activities, reach and achievements in all the countries where we work.

GLOBAL PERFORMANCE REPORT 2020

The Global PerformanceReport 2020 outlines and reflects Action Against Hunger’s global achievements and reach in 2020.

MISSION NEWSLETTER 2021

March 2021

COVID-19 FLASH UPDATE NO.4

November 2020

COVID-19 FLASH UPDATE NO.3

September 2020

COVID-19 FLASH UPDATE NO.2

August 2020

COVID-19 FLASH UPDATE NO.1

June 2020

MISSION NEWSLETTER 2019

August 2019

MISSION NEWSLETTER 2018

June 2018

NEWSLETTER 2016

December 2016

MISSION NEWSLETTER Q4 2012

October – December 2019

MISSION NEWSLETTER Q3 2012

July – September 2012

MISSION NEWSLETTER Q1 2012

January – March 2012

MISSION NEWSLETTER Q1 2011

October 2011 | Volume 1, Issue 1

INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL REPORT 2017

2018

INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL REPORT 2016

2017

ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2016

2017

INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC PLAN

2016 – 2020

ARTICLES

Empowering Rural Women: Community Savings Group Leader joins online dialogue in support of UN Food Systems Summit 2021

REACH 2 conducts Protection Training and Monitors to support Lanao del Sur LGUs in establish inclusive and accessible services

PBA 2021: Converging efforts with local government and RHUs to strengthen health and nutrition initiatives in Mindanao

Action Against Hunger provides emergency response equipment to Maguindanao

Launching the first Climate Outlook Forum for Maguindanao and Lanao del Sur DRR partners

Real Life Heroes – Roger Cabiles

World Humanitarian Day 2021 – Jo An Jagape

Action Against Hunger Philippines joins #TheHumanRace on World Humanitarian Day

Local Government Academy, MOVE UP Consortium ink partnership agreement to promote disaster resilience

MOVE UP 4 Mindanao strengthens support to partner communities this National Disaster Resilience Month

#FlashbackFriday – One Of The Ways We Help Communities Is By Enabling Them To Be Prepared In The Event of Disasters Or Emergency Situations

The Alternative Resilient Livelihood Program Under Our ProACT Project Was Officially Launched During the First Sikpaw Festival Held at Tuyawan Aqua Park, Magsaysay, Nabunturan

#ThrowbackThursday to 2019 When We Sat Down and Talked With One of our Beneficiaries During our #MaguindanaoConflict Response

A Wheelchair Provision Under Our ‘Response to the Unmet Humanitarian Needs of the Most Vulnerable Conflict-Affected Populations in Mindanao’ (REACH)

Health Volunteer Saves Allowance to Support Family

Our Teams Distribute Hygiene Kits and Build Latrines and Hand-Washing Stations to Prevent Outbreaks of Diseases During a Crisis

With The Coronavirus Pandemic Far From Over, Many Families From These Vulnerable Communities Continue to Rely On Relief

Real Life Heroes – Abubakar Balabagan

Real Life Heroes: Nino Renz Santos

One of the 60 Beneficiaries Who Lost Their Home and Livelihood Due to #TyphoonRolly Received 5,200 pesos As Part of Our Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance

Residents of Barangays Maliwanag and Panggao in Saguiran, Lanao del Sur Usually Travel Around 6 kilometers To Access Water Sources

Leaving Behind Your Home Is a Choice For Many, But For Families Dealing With Conflicts or Calamities, It Is a Sacrifice

Providing Emergency Non-food Items and Hygiene Kits to a Total of 540 Families Temporarily Taking refuge in Datu Pendililang Piang Elementary School and Mahad Madrasa in Barangay Salbu

As We Celebrate #WorldWaterDay, We Recognize 7 Million Filipinos Who Still Depend On Unsafe And Unsustainable Water Sources

Providing A Wheelchair As Part Of Our Response to the Unmet Humanitarian Needs of The Most Vulnerable Conflict-Affected Populations in Mindanao (REACH) Project

In Celebration of International Women’s Day, Our REACH Head of Project #ChooseToChallenge People’s Thoughts That Are Less Important Than What You Feel For Yourself

Beneficiaries of Basic Shelter Kits In The Municipalities of Madamba, Kapai, Balindong, Saguiaran in Lanao Del Sur, and Pantao Ragaat, Lanao Del Norte Have Been Able to Repair Their Homes

Alleviating Hunger and Malnutrition In Isolated Rural Areas, Urban Poor Communities, and Evacuation Camps by Tackling Its Root Cause

Story from the Field: Making Ends Meet

The Kits are a Big Help According to One of the 156 Household Who Received a Hygiene Kits Through our Typhoon Emergency Response

Distribution of Hygiene Kits to 238 families in Codon As Part of Emergency Assistance to Typhoon Affected Communities

Distribution and Replenishing of Hygiene Kits, and Conducting Hygiene Promotion & Risk Awareness Sessions Throughout Conflict and Earthquake-affected Areas within Lanao del Sur and North Cotabato

The Invisible Monster Film has Won Jury Award for Best FIBABC Short Film and Best Actor Award for Aminodin Munder in the Ibero-American Short Film Festival abc.es 2020

Congratulations to our Ten Lucky Winners & A Huge Thanks to All Who Participated in the Invisible Monster Giveaway

Department of Social Welfare and Development and MOVE UP consortium sign Memorandum of Understanding to promote disaster resilience

In celebration of #HumanRightsDay, We Highlight Aminodin’s Mother in the Invisible Monster film as Everyone Else, Strive to Provide Food for their Children.

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER PREMIERES SHORT FILM ABOUT THE FILIPINO SPIRIT FINDING HOPE DESPITE HUNGER

Preventing and Managing Risk in Communities that are Prone to Disaster and Strengthening Their Resilience to Future Shocks

Real Life Heroes: Nora Landas

Providing Shelter Kits to 76 Households in Sayaban Transitory Sites, Barangay Ilomawis, Kidapawan City, North Cotobato

Awareness Training on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in the Community and Municipalities of Mindanao City

The Cruciality of Safe Water Access in Infectious Diseases Prevention like COVID. Around 7 million Filipinos are dependent on unsafe and unsustainable water sources.

Capping Off #WorldMaskWeek

Inspiring People to Wear Masks to Prevent Spread of COVID-19 in the spirit of #𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐥𝐝𝐌𝐚𝐬𝐤𝐖𝐞𝐞𝐤

Promoting Hygiene Practices and Safety Measures against COVID in Lanao Del Sur and North Cotabato

A Series of Orientations for Disaster Preparedness and Resilience Building in Barangay Ilomavis, Kidapawan City

Action Against Hunger Unites Local Resilience Efforts with Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Agrarian Reform in BARMM

GENERATION NUTRITION: ACTION AGAINST HUNGER JOINS THE NATION IN MAKING SURE ALL CITIZENS OF OUR NATION HAVE THE SAME OPPORTUNITIES TO BE HEALTHY AND SAFE

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER STRONGLY CONDEMNS THE KIDNAPPING OF ITS EMPLOYEE ISHAIKU YAKUBU AND CALLS FOR HIS IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Turning struggles into opportunities: A community’s response to the damaging effects of flood water and access to life-sustaining potable water

TRAILBLAZING WASH IN ARAKAN

Nutrition-focused Programming

OMPONG LEAVES TRAIL OF DEVASTATION

I-RESPOND PHASE 2: STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY-BASED AND MULTI-STAKEHOLDER APPROACH TO DISASTER RISK GOVERNANCE

CLASHES CAUSE MORE THAN 46,000 DISPLACED IN MAGUINDANAO

STORIES OF CHANGE: INFLUENCING HEALTH CARE SEEKING BEHAVIOR THROUGH NUTRITION-SENSITIVE PROGRAMMING

KEEPING THE SCHOOL CLEAN

VINTA’S AFTERMARTH

NORTH COTABATO LEVEL UP IN ZOD

A FRESH START

A MOTHER’S MILK

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

Typhoon Yolanda Emergency Response strengthens humanitarian support following oil spill in Estancia, Iloilo

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