Advocating for Change – Empowering Women in GazaResults from a Food Security and Livelihoods programme with income generating activities to empower women in Gaza
Agro-ecology: the necessary agricultural transition towards nutrition security for allThis paper lays out the motives and support for the promotion of agroecology.There is a need for a radical shift, with agroecology widely promoted. Action Against Hunger has recently been engaged in supporting agro-ecology and will definitely reinforce further this position.
Type: Position Paper
Aid for Nutrition. Figures Don’t Lie: Who Feels Responsible for the Nutrition Funding Gap?This policy brief outlines specific recommendations to the World Bank, the EU, WFP and UNICEF; as well as some bilateral donors to scale up nutrition investments through a multi-sectoral approach.
Conflict and HungerHow the UN and Member States Can Help to Break the Cycle. A briefing for members of the UN Security Council to promote adoption of Resolution 2417 on conflict and hunger.
Conflict and Hunger: Next Steps for United Nations Security Council Resolution 2417A report from a workshop bringing together UN agencies, NGOs, governments and independent experts to discuss how to improve reporting and accountability under UN Resolution 2417 on conflict and hunger.
Covid-19 in the Horn and Eastern Africa – Policy BriefsThe COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on already fragile livelihoods and unstable economies in the Horn and East Africa. These policy briefs outline the impact of the pandemic in the region, and include a call to action to governments, donors, the un system and key actors.
Section: COVID-19 COVID-19 Advocacy Technical
Type: Briefing Case study Policy
Ending the Vicious Circle Between Hunger and Conflict in the Central African RepublicAn Action Against Hunger case study
Section: Learning Technical
Type: Case study
Famine: better prevention, better responseThis briefing gives UK Parliamentarians an overview of the current situation in some of the countries experiencing crisis levels of hunger, and sets out some of the ways lives can be saved and longer-term impacts on development and stability can be achieved.
Fighting Malnutrition: the Role of UK ParliamentariansMalnutrition remains a serious global problem, ending millions of children’s lives and preventing millions more reaching their full potential. This document outlines why and how UK parliamentarians can do more in the fight against malnutrition.
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