According to a new report from Action Against Hunger, fewer than 30% of appeals for humanitarian support for water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) related programs were met in 2022, leaving an average funding gap of 70.3%.
Hear from five women working for Action Against Hunger in Afghanistan who face daily restrictions, who continue to fight against injustice and hunger, and who remind us that – despite everything – hope is always possible.
Amid the Horn of Africa’s worst drought in 40 years, are women and girls, who are among those impacted most severely by the crisis. They are finding new ways to rely on each other and to tackle life-threatening burdens.
Action Against Hunger is responding to meet humanitarian needs in Ukraine, Poland, Romania, and Moldova. Our food security, health, water, sanitation, and hygiene projects have helped more than 650,000 people in four countries.