On World Food Day, ActionAid releases early findings research into how measures to control Covid-19 are affecting the lives of women smallholder farmers across 14 countries in Africa and Asia*. It
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ActionAid responds as the G20 announces a six-month extension to the Debt Service Suspension Initiative during a meeting of the group’s finance ministers and central bank governors at this week’s
Girls hardest hit by Covid-19 school closures – as teachers report spike in early marriage and teen pregnancies
As children in the global north head back to school, teachers across Asia, Africa and Latin America say many girls in their classes are struggling to return due to increases in early marriage
Young people in Liberia are using the power of the creative arts to help combat the spread of Covid-19. Liberian singer/songwriter, Faith Vonic, has racked up thousands of views in her song 'Africa
Following the fire in Moria, on Lesbos, which destroyed the Reception and Identification Centre, 31 civil society organisations, including ActionAid Hellas, call on the Greek government to immediately
The Covid-19 crisis is exposing how Southern Africa’s overreliance on high-cost imported seeds and fertilisers, and a lack of state investment in climate resilient farming are deepening food
ActionAid responds to the horrific explosion in Beirut. With over 100 people dead, and the death toll expected to rise, thousands more people injured and devastating damage to the capital city that
As the UN's SOFI report on global food insecurity finds 680 million people are suffering from hunger, ActionAid warns that farmers must be recognised and supported as frontline workers to ensure
Covid-19 crisis: IMF told countries facing critical health worker shortages to cut public sector wages
New analysis by ActionAid and Public Services International (PSI), released to mark UN Public Services Day, reveals how International Monetary Fund (IMF) austerity policies restricted critical public