10,000 people took part in the Je nan Je march in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to deliver a charter of demands to parliament.
The Sun Biofuels campaign
ActionAid UK campaign to stop Sun Biofuels land grabs.
Amelia from Kankoyo, Zambia
Amelia is a smallholder farmer, widow with 7 children. She runs a small market stall where she sells fish and vegetables to villagers next to her house in Kankoyo in Zambia.
International Women's Day, Bangkok
International Women's Day 2012 march for land rights, Bangkok.
40th anniversary in Kenya
ActionAid's 40th anniversary celebrations in Kenya.
Child sponsorship at work
Sira, 12 years old girl sponsored by ActionAid, making diampe - a traditional washing sponge.
Fatou, 8, Bady village, Senegal
Fatou, 8 years old and her family eating a plate of semolina and bean leaves at their house in Bady village.
Petition to The Treasury
ActionAid UK handed at The Treasury in London the massive petition that over 18,000 people have signed over the past few months calling on the government to close tax loopholes.
Garba Tulla, Kenya
Women and men work on a farm, that has been established next to a Water Pan built by an ActionAid supported project in Garba Tulla, Kenya.
Hunger campaign in Uganda
A group of Dutch women farmers travelled to Uganda as core-ambassadors for the European ActionAid campaign We Won't Accept Hunger.
Langobaya, Malindi, Kenya
Pupils of Langobaya primary school serving food provided through the school feeding programme run by ActionAid as part of Malindi's drought response.
East Africa foood crisis
6 year old Sadia was a victim of the food crisis that threatened the lives of millions of people across East Africa, one year ago.
Food protests, Brazil
Protesters calling for change in the global food system 'force feed' two giant spoons to illustrate the current industrial scale agriculture production at Rio+20 in Brazil.
Bristol Harbour Festival
ActionAid volunteer campaigners at Bristol Harbour Festival.
A sponsored child turns 40
Moses Mulamba, a public health officer, was one of ActionAid's sponsored children. He just turned 40.
At school in Myanmar
ActionAid fellow Phyu Phyu, 24, helps Zon Hnin, 6, with her English at an extracurricular class held in the open space under a house in Ma Gyi Cho village.
Women's self-help group in Hti Mu Paw village
ActionAid fellow Eileen, 27, attends a meeting of the women's self-help group in Hti Mu Paw village. The self-help group manages a small cash fund which is used to provide loans to members.
Enter Shikari say Bollocks to Poverty
Enter Shikari's Rou Reynolds holding a Bollocks to Poverty sign after an interview and performance in the ActionAid tent at the Reading Festival.
Sponsored children in Nepal
Sanju with her classmates in Nepal. She is one of the four children supported by Mrs. Harben’s legacy provided through ActionAid.
REFLECT meeting in Bisnukantipur, Nepal
Members of the Badi caste (former sex workers), taking part in a community REFLECT meeting in Bisnukantipur, Nepal.
Solar panels in Ethiopia
Relief Committee member Hasha Kalcatcha, 35 charges her mobile phone using a solar panel. Hasha is one of 1,500 Borana tribes people, who have been using ActionAid's mobile phone project to determine the best time to harvest and a fair price to sell their produce at.
Samantha Womack in Myanmar
Daw Mya, 47, sits with actress and ActionAid child sponsor Samantha Womack in Su Yet Tan village.
A midwife in Nepal
Purna Kala has been a midwife for 26 years, she works at the Deudakala Health Post in Nepal, providing free medicine and care to mothers and children.
The Food not Fuel campiagn
ActionAid campaigners from across Europe handed over to the European Parliament a petition signed by 73,000 people from across Europe, calling for biofuels to stop causing hunger.
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