Created in 1979, our Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) – Action Against Hunger – is fighting against hunger in the world. Its mission is to save lives eradicating hunger through the prevention, detection, and treatment of malnutrition, in particular during and after emergency situations caused by conflicts and natural disasters. Today, Action Against Hunger is a major player in the fight against hunger in the world. Structured on an international network, our organization provides a coordinated response in nearly 50 countries. Our priority is to have effective actions in the fields and testify about vulnerable population. Since the reasons for hunger are many, our response is multi-sectoral based on solid expertise.
ACF improves the availability of quality Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) services to communities and improves physical and operational conditions within health facilities in Western Area (WA) - Urban, Sierra Leone. ACF builds capacity of the health workforce by supporting pre-service training institutes, formal trainings and refresher trainings, on-the-job coaching, and joint supportive supervision. ACF also enhances the capacity of Community Health Workers engaged in health related activities at the community level, improving their role in facilitating access to health services to women, mothers, and children under five through an integrated continuum of care approach.