ENSURING DIGNITY AND ACCESS TO BASIC NEEDS IS PRESERVED IN INFORMAL TENTED SETTLEMENTS

16/09/22

ENSURING DIGNITY AND ACCESS TO BASIC NEEDS IS PRESERVED IN INFORMAL TENTED SETTLEMENTS

Remie Hamzo, WASH Field Officer for Action Against Hunger  Action Against Hunger, with the support of UNICEF, is assisting the ...

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Despite the worsening multicrisis that hits Lebanon, everyone strives to stay resilient

18/02/22

Despite the worsening multicrisis that hits Lebanon, everyone strives to stay resilient

The socio-economic turmoil that started with uprising protests against the political situation in Lebanon, continued with a pandemic that...

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Gaza farmers, an example of adaptability to the challenge of the climate crisis

19/08/21

Gaza farmers, an example of adaptability to the challenge of the climate crisis

 In recent years, farmers in the Gaza Strip have suffered from climate change consequences, such as the increase of water salinity d...

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Beirut blast one year on: "We are resilient. We are strong. We want to open our business and we want to stay in Lebanon".

03/08/21

Beirut blast one year on: "We are resilient. We are strong. We want to open our business and we want to stay in Lebanon".

Barely one year has passed since a large concentration of ammonium nitrate exploded in the Beirut port, killing over 200, injuring over 6...

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Lebanon: “I feel that volunteering in general creates a new person”

27/07/21

Lebanon: “I feel that volunteering in general creates a new person”

“I feel that volunteering in general creates a new person”, Douaa El Mahmoud.Douaa El Mahmoud is a Syrian refugee who worked with Action ...

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FOR ACTION IN THE COMMUNITY - Skills development supports community needs

07/04/21

FOR ACTION IN THE COMMUNITY - Skills development supports community needs

In late 2020, the humanitarian and development agency Action Against Hunger, with financial support from UNHCR, assisted young people fro...

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Sudan: answering to the emergencies by COVID and floods

11/01/21

Sudan: answering to the emergencies by COVID and floods

Adam Ali Fadlal Adam, in his 60s (he does not know his exact age), lives in Dabattukul Arsi village, Guli Tendalty. He has 11 childr...

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EPIC achievements by Shuttle participants

05/06/20

EPIC achievements by Shuttle participants

Since the start of the programme “Economic and Social Participation of Vulnerable Displaced and Local Population in the South Caucasus” (...

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And I... Where do I confine myself now?

08/04/20

And I... Where do I confine myself now?

In an unprecedented situation, a third of the world's population has been ordered to confine themselves; but, the first thing you need in...

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CORONAVIRUS: HOW ACTION AGAINST HUNGER IS RESPONDING TO THE PANDEMIC

18/03/20

CORONAVIRUS: HOW ACTION AGAINST HUNGER IS RESPONDING TO THE PANDEMIC

Photo: Daniel Burgui for Action Against Hunger, PhilippinesAt Action Against Hunger, we take the threat of coronavirus (“COVID-19”) very ...

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Brighter Days Ahead for Shuttle Participant

10/02/20

Brighter Days Ahead for Shuttle Participant

Nargiz Aslanova, 28, from Barda, Azerbaijan, came to hear about the Employment Shuttle programme through a chance meeting with a friend. ...

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All sewn up with fashion house start-up

27/12/19

All sewn up with fashion house start-up

Sophio Tuaevi, an internally displaced person (IDP) from Kurta village in South Ossetia but now living in Gori, has come a long way in he...

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NARGIS ABDO, YEMEN: " “When I discovered that my little girl, Alhan, was malnourished, I was afraid"

09/10/19

NARGIS ABDO, YEMEN: " “When I discovered that my little girl, Alhan, was malnourished, I was afraid"

The Yemeni people are facing multiple crises, including armed conflict, displacement and risk of famine and disease outbreaks, described ...

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Turn your sadness to strength, your tears to triumph, and transform your fears into freedom

12/09/19

Turn your sadness to strength, your tears to triumph, and transform your fears into freedom

Khouloud Mahdi is 28 years old and the WaSH Programme Manager with Action Against Hunger in South Lebanon. She leads a team of women impl...

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“The whole essence of humanitarian work originated from working women”

11/09/19

“The whole essence of humanitarian work originated from working women”

Each year on August 19th, we celebrate those courageous, hardworking humanitarian workers who dedicate their lives to helping people affe...

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The strength of women in the humanitarian field

11/09/19

The strength of women in the humanitarian field

 Today we celebrate those who are working in the field with beneficiaries who have overcome crises. This year’s theme focuses on the...

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"When I first started it was a bit awkward for me to work in the camp”

11/09/19

"When I first started it was a bit awkward for me to work in the camp”

Every year on August 19th, we celebrate those who work in the humanitarian field around the world. This year’s theme focuses on the passi...

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“It is very important for us to show the great efforts that women are doing in the humanitarian sector as a whole”

11/09/19

“It is very important for us to show the great efforts that women are doing in the humanitarian sector as a whole”

Every year on August 19th, we celebrate all the people who are working in the humanitarian sectors around the world. This year’s theme fo...

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MEET TEMUR: STRUGGLE AND HOPE IN RURAL ABKHAZIA

12/08/19

MEET TEMUR: STRUGGLE AND HOPE IN RURAL ABKHAZIA

Temur Jinjolia delicately caresses his seedlings. He candidly concedes that the production is not large at the moment, but any small addi...

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LINC Project: an initiative bridging two communities

02/07/19

LINC Project: an initiative bridging two communities

In 2016-17, Action Against Hunger implemented its Employment Shuttle approach in Georgia to bring together young people from two communit...

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GRASP Egypt, supporting the population

19/02/19

GRASP Egypt, supporting the population

AZIZAAziza from Esna in #Egypt is one of the revolutionaries in her community: after being abandoned with her three #child...

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Keeping cities clean: Women refugees working to benefit their communities in Jordan

28/08/17

Keeping cities clean: Women refugees working to benefit their communities in Jordan

“For the women participation, the main challenge we faced was gaining acceptance from the community due to cultural aspect”

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Mona - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

18/05/17

Mona - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Mona - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Kamelia - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

18/05/17

Kamelia - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Kamelia - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Asbita and Wedad- Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

18/05/17

Asbita and Wedad- Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Asbita and Wedad- Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Eman - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

18/05/17

Eman - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Eman - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Yasmeen - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

18/05/17

Yasmeen - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Yasmeen - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Ghada - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

18/05/17

Ghada - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Ghada - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Amira - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

11/05/17

Amira - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

Gaza: Amira - Ten Readings of a Blocked Decade

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Empowered Participatory Governance towards Progress or EPG-Progress

10/10/16

Empowered Participatory Governance towards Progress or EPG-Progress

The European Union funds project to promote empowered participatory processes and good governance in the Philippines

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"Happy to be a part of Employment Shuttle program"

03/06/16

"Happy to be a part of Employment Shuttle program"

Employment Shuttle program helped me to develop my personal and professional competences

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From Refugee to Aid Worker: Lava’s Story

19/05/16

From Refugee to Aid Worker: Lava’s Story

For International Women’s Day, highlighting a female team member who brings lifesaving services to displaced people

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Marie Sesay: The Mother a Whole Community Needs

10/05/16

Marie Sesay: The Mother a Whole Community Needs

I am a lead mother, one of the mothers trained by Action Against Hunger to raise awareness about maternal nutrition and infant and young child feeding practices among women and mothers in my community.

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Investing in dignity in Northern Nigeria: Ya Fati's story

11/02/16

Investing in dignity in Northern Nigeria: Ya Fati's story

Ya Fati had to abandon everything she owned and run for her life. Afortunately, now she and her family had restored their dignity and a way of life.

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Preventing long-term mental health issues in Nepal

01/12/15

Preventing long-term mental health issues in Nepal

"Life is very difficult now, we are living in temporary accommodation and it is not healthy for the twins"

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In Beqaa Valley, "Winter will be tough"

05/11/15

In Beqaa Valley, "Winter will be tough"

With his good eye, Abu Abbas focuses on the ashtray resting on the mat. A young autistic boy runs around him in the tent. To his right, a...

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Syria's refugees: "We saw the dead at our feet"

28/10/15

Syria's refugees: "We saw the dead at our feet"

One family's journey to find safety across Syria's borders

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Stories of Syria's displaced: Ahmed & Selma

28/10/15

Stories of Syria's displaced: Ahmed & Selma

How refugee life in Jordan is challenging for Syria's fleeing families

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Meeting Fatima

28/10/15

Meeting Fatima

World Refugee Day

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In South Sudan, the Power of Hygiene Promotion

06/10/15

In South Sudan, the Power of Hygiene Promotion

Village hygiene promotion transforms lives beyond health

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Portrait of an aid worker

06/10/15

Portrait of an aid worker

This World Humanitarian Day, Hélène Schmidt, an Action Against Hunger aid worker in Iraq, recalls her experience

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Bringing back the water, bringing back the smiles

18/06/15

Bringing back the water, bringing back the smiles

Having a waterpoint about 30 meters from the front door of Julieta Locario is bliss.

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Optimism after Typhoon Haiyan

01/06/15

Optimism after Typhoon Haiyan

Roselyn Omeres shares her story

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Stories from the field: Gaza

14/05/15

Stories from the field: Gaza

Our Gazan colleague Eman Alagha talks about life and work on the front line

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