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
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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
As the United States resumes deportation flights to Guatemala, ActionAid is calling for an end to the Trump administration’s inhumane and disastrous policy of mass detention and expulsion of migrants
Phyo leads ActionAid Myanmar’s work supporting garment workers affected by the coronavirus crisis. Here she explains why the pandemic is leaving informal workers without any means to support their
Harjeet Singh, global lead on climate for ActionAid, comments on the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) being delayed until 1st- 12th November 2021.
ActionAid’s emergency teams are supporting communities as they face the devastation caused by Cyclone Amphan, amid the rising threat of Covid-19. Women leaders and young volunteers, trained by
This piece outlines ActionAid's humanitarian response to Cyclone Amphan which is likely to make landfall in Bangladesh in May 2020
Farah Kabir, Country Director at ActionAid Bangladesh, is available for interviews about the risk to Cox’s Bazar Rohingya refugee camp following two confirmed cases of Covid-19.
New ActionAid led research finds that as more people than ever are forced to flee extreme weather disasters, South Asia is unprepared to protect climate migrants, as the COVID-19 crisis deepens