Action Against Hunger Financial Report 2007

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Action Against Hunger Financial Report 2007

Action Against Hunger

2007 Annual Report Financials


Action Against Hunger

The international humanitarian organization Action Against Hunger saves the lives of malnourished

children and families, while providing sustainable access to safe water and long-term solutions to hunger.

In emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity, Action Against Hunger has

pursued its vision of a world without hunger for nearly three decades.

The ACF International field staff work in some 40 countries to carry out innovative, life-saving programs in

nutrition, food security, water and sanitation, health, and advocacy. Our programs reach some 5 million people

a year, restoring dignity, self-sufficiency, and independence to vulnerable populations around the world.

Board of trustees – 2007

advisory council – 2007

BURTON K. HAIMES, Chairman

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

RAYMOND DEBBANE, President

The Invus Group, LLC

Joseph G. Audi

InterAudi Bank

Alexis Azria

Writer

Cristina Enriquez-Bocobo

Enriquez-Bocobo Constructs

Yves-André Istel

Rothschild, Inc.

Ketty PUCCI-SISTI Maisonrouge

Ketty Maisonrouge & Company, Inc.

Daniel Py

Medical-Instill Technologies

Patrick Siegler-Lathrop

PSL Conseil

WENDY C. WEILER

Argosy Partners

HENRI BARGUIRDJIAN

Graff USA

CHRISTIAN BLANCKAERT

Hermès

HAROLD A. BORNSTEIN

Charles H. Greenthal & Co.

OLIVIER CASSEGRAIN

Longchamp

SABINE CASSEL

MICHAEL GOLDEN

Aberdeen University

IMAN

Impala Inc.–Iman Cosmetics

FRANK McCOURT

Author

ACHIM MOELLER

Achim Moeller Fine Art

ROBERT W. RUDZKI

KIBAN Corporation

EDWARD M. SERMIER

Carnegie Corporation of New York

CARA SEYMOUR

Actor

DAVID R. SHANE

International Creative

Management, Inc.

RICK SMILOW

The Institute of Culinary Education

(ICE)

RONALD WALDMAN

School of Public Health, Columbia

University

JESSICA WEBER

Jessica Weber Design

NINA S. ZAGAT

Zagat Survey

TIM ZAGAT

Zagat Survey

Cover photos: ACF-Afghanistan, courtesy I. Eshragi/Agence VU; ACF-Sri Lanka, courtesy J. Lapegue


CONTENTS

3 auditor’s letter

action against hunger

4 statement of financial position

5 statement of activities

6 statement of functional expenses

8 acf international figures

12 donor lists

16 publications & Resources

17 action against hunger staff

ON THE COVER

Our comprehensive

approach to global

hunger delivers a

range of community

centered solutions

to populations in

crisis, like this young

girl’s community

in Afghanistan.

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Action Against Hunger

receives top marks from

rating agencies like the

Better Business Bureau,

Charity Navigator, the

American Institute for

Philanthropy, and Guidestar.

ACF-Afghanistan, courtesy I. Eshragi /Agence VU


auditor’s letter

action against hunger

GELMAN, ROSENBERG & FREEDMAN

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT

To the Board of Directors

Action Against Hunger – USA

New York, New York

We have audited the accompanying statements of financial position of Action Against Hunger

USA as of December 31, 2007 and 2006, and the related statements of activities and changes in net

assets, functional expenses and cash flows for the years then ended. These financial statements are the

responsibility of Action Against Hunger – USA’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion

on these financial statements based on our audits.

We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United

States of America, and the standards applicable to financial audits contained in Government Auditing

Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States. Those standards require that we plan

and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of

material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts

and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles

used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial

statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion.

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects,

the financial position of Action Against Hunger – USA as of December 31, 2007 and 2006, and its

changes in net assets and its cash flows for the years then ended in conformity with accounting principles

generally accepted in the United States of America.

In accordance with Government Auditing Standards, we have also issued our report dated

August 6, 2008 on our consideration of Action Against Hunger – USA’s internal control over financial

reporting and on our tests of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts and

grant agreements and other matters. The purpose of that report is to describe the scope of our testing of

internal control over financial reporting and compliance and the results of that testing, and not to provide

an opinion on the internal control over financial reporting or on compliance. That report is an integral part

of an audit performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and should be considered in

assessing the results of our audit.

August 6, 2008

4550 MONTGOMERY AVENUE, SUITE 650 NORTH, BETHESDA, MARYLAND 20814

(301) 951-9090 • FAX (301) 951-3570 • WWW.GRFCPA.COM

MEMBER OF CPAMERICA INTERNATIONAL, AN AFFILIATE OF HORWATH INTERNATIONAL

MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS’ PRIVATE COMPANIES PRACTICE SECTION

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statements of financial position

as of december 31, 2007 and 2006

2007 2006

CURRENT ASSETS

Cash (Note 2):

Headquarters $ 4,298,910 $ 2,482,808

Field offices 1,120,657 631,021

Total cash 5,419,567 3,113,829

Grants receivable 9,625,446 9,926,245

Travel advances and other receivables 298,529 132,437

Prepaid expenses 36,254 66,634

Program Advances to network (Note 3) 100,197 -

Total current assets 15,479,993 13,239,145

FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES (Note 8)

Furniture, equipment, vehicles and leasehold improvements 950,738 718,732

Less: Accumulated depreciation and amortization (672,121) (523,822)

Net furniture, equipment and vehicles and leasehold improvements 278,617 194,910

OTHER ASSETS

Deposits 14,791 14,644

CURRENT LIABILITIES

ASSETS

TOTAL ASSETS $15,773,401 $13,448,699

Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 388,714 $ 411,478

Provision for unanticipated losses 450,000 500,000

Due to network (Note 3) 738,263 156,319

Total liabilities 1,576,977 1,067,797

NET ASSETS

Unrestricted:

Undesignated 3,267,109 2,970,049

Management designated 396,912 -

Board designated (Note 9) 525,000 -

Total unrestricted net assets 4,189,021 2,970,049

Temporarily restricted (Note 4) 10,007,403 9,410,853

Total net assets 14,196,424 12,380,902

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $15,773,401 $13,448,699

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statements of activities and changes in net assets

for the years ended december 31, 2007 and 2006

action against hunger

Unrestricted

2007 2006

Temporarily

Restricted Total Unrestricted

Temporarily

Restricted

REVENUE AND SUPPORT

Contributions $ 2,774,122 $ 26,280 $ 2,800,402 $1,827,176 $618,367 $2,445,543

Grants (Note 5):

U.S. Government - 3,588,709 3,588,709 - 5,218,910 5,218,910

Non-U.S. Government - 21,142,024 21,142,024 - 18,525,269 18,525,269

In-kind donations 2,035,623 - 2,035,623 - - -

Interest 82,566 - 82,566 39,127 - 39,127

Other 83,336 - 83,336 34,211 - 34,211

Net assets released from

donor restrictions (Note 6) 24,502,998 (24,502,998) - 20,362,535 (20,362,535) -

Total revenue and support 29,478,645 254,015 29,732,660 22,263,049 4,000,011 26,263,060

EXPENSES

Program Services:

Democratic Republic of Congo

Programs 10,299,897 - 10,299,897 6,325,160 - 6,325,160

South Sudan Programs 3,790,635 - 3,790,635 1,677,854 - 1,677,854

Uganda Programs 5,246,860 - 5,246,860 2,900,027 - 2,900,027

Pakistan Programs 797,631 - 797,631 2,284,744 - 2,284,744

Tajikistan Programs 394,452 - 394,452 783,584 - 783,584

Kenya Programs 4,216,051 - 4,216,051 3,210,923 - 3,210,923

Chad Programs - - - 345,152 - 345,152

Sri Lanka Programs 48,640 - 48,640 413,289 - 413,289

Guinea Programs - - - 172,200 - 172,200

Mali Programs 413,767 - 413,767 464,370 - 464,370

Lebanon Programs 75 - 75 119,250 - 119,250

North Sudan Programs 20,359 - 20,359 - - -

Bangladesh Programs 250 - 250 - - -

Total program services 25,228,617 - 25,228,617 18,696,553 - 18,696,553

Total

Supporting Services:

Management and General 2,729,292 - 2,729,292 2,168,593 - 2,168,593

Fundraising 460,358 - 460,358 239,660 - 239,660

Total supporting services 3,189,650 - 3,189,650 2,408,253 - 2,408,253

Total expenses 28,418,267 - 28,418,267 21,104,806 - 21,104,806

Changes in net assets before other items 1,060,378 254,015 1,314,393 1,158,243 4,000,011 5,158,254

Provision for unanticipated losses

and exceptional items 158,594 - 158,594 - - -

Exchange gain - 342,535 342,535 100,909 603,120 704,029

De-obligated awards and funds

returned to donors - - - - (196,854) (196,854)

Changes in net assets 1,218,972 596,550 1,815,522 1,259,152 4,406,277 5,665,429

Net assets at beginning of year 2,970,049 9,410,853 12,380,902 1,710,897 5,004,576 6,715,473

NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR $4,189,021 $10,007,403 $14,196,424 $2,970,049 $9,410,853 $12,380,902

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statement of functional expenses

for the year ended december 31, 2007

Program Services

Democratic

Republic of

Congo

Programs

South

Sudan

Programs

Uganda

Programs

Pakistan

Programs

Tajikistan

Programs

Kenya

Programs

Sri Lanka

Programs

Personnel $4,121,567 $1,669,838 $2,068,033 $507,345 $281,741 $1,859,176 $-

Office-running-costs-and-services 613,126 266,099 189,803 69,894 29,842 201,350 -

Office-equipment-and-supplies 589,245 252,307 144,030 15,322 5,301 374,941 -

Fundraising - - - 890 - - -

Program-logistics 2,124,218 914,363 629,089 160,142 44,866 728,600 -

Program-supplies 2,811,831 642,046 2,240,693 57,028 32,702 1,022,388 -

Field-office-expenses-subcontracted-to-network - - - - - - 48,640

Other 39,910 45,982 (24,788) (12,990) - 29,596 -

TOTAL $10,299,897 $3,790,635 $5,246,860 $797,631 $394,452 $4,216,051 $48,640

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Supporting Services

Mali

Programs

Lebanon

Programs

North

Sudan

Programs

Bangladesh

Programs

Total

Program

Services

Management

and General

Fundraising

Total

Supporting

Services

Total

$- $- $- $- $10,507,700 $1,811,721 $182,565 $1,994,286 $12,501,986

12,670 75 - - 1,382,859 458,933 44,042 502,975 1,885,834

- - - - 1,381,146 132,188 1,324 133,512 1,514,658

- - - - 890 61,333 232,427 293,760 294,650

- - - - 4,601,278 - - - 4,601,278

- - - - 6,806,688 - - - 6,806,688

401,097 - 20,359 250 470,346 255,018 - 255,018 725,364

- - - - 77,710 10,099 - 10,099 87,809

$413,767 $75 $20,359 $250 $25,228,617 $2,729,292 $460,358 $3,189,650 $28,418,267

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acf international figures

acf international Named for its founding member, Action contre la Faim (ACF), ACF International was founded in 1979 in Paris. Committed to

principled humanitarian action, the network shares its combined human resources, breadth of experience, and technical expertise in its pursuit of

a world without hunger. Today, the network consists of five independent organizations headquartered in New York (ACF-USA), Paris (ACF-France),

Madrid (ACF-Spain), London (ACF-UK), and Montreal (ACF-Canada).

Thanks to the joint efforts of the five ACF headquarters, ACF International was able to respond in a timely and effective manner to a range of complex

humanitarian crises in 2007, including Darfur, Hurricane Felix in Central America, Cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and

the Horn of Africa.

ACF International Funding

Annual Budgets - Four Year History

n.b. - does not include ACF Canada, which only began operations in 2006

$150,000,000

ACF-UK

$120,000,000

ACF-UK

ACF-UK

ACF-USA

ACF-USA

ACF-USA

$90,000,000

ACF-UK

ACF-Spain

ACF-Spain

ACF-Spain

ACF-USA

$60,000,000

ACF-Spain

$30,000,000

ACF-France

ACF-France

ACF-France

ACF-France

0

2004

2005 2006

2007

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acf international figures

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ACF International

Revenues by Source for 2006 & 2007

REVENUE SOURCE

FY2006

FY2007

UN & Government

$88,928,999

$100,945,479

Individual

$30,707,948

$3,649,544

Foundation/Corporate

$4,378,794

$35,586,854

Other

$1,230,505

$2,276,925

TOTAL REVENUES

$125,246,248

$142,458,804

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acf international figures

ACF International Funding

Government Donors - 2006

Other Governments

$13,487,246

15%

United Nations

$5,635,382

6%

United Kingdom

$13,282,116

15%

ECHO*

$30,272,260

35%

United States

$11,212,963

13%

France

$3,781,378

4%

Spain

$9,928,158

11%

ACF International Field Operations

Funding by Region - 2006

latin america

$6,103,543

7%

southern africa

$7,388,632

8%

central africa

$10,296,000

11%

west africa

$14,370,405

16%

asia

$23,581,195

26%

middle east

$3,770,798

4%

east africa

$25,810,326

28%

10 * European Community Humanitarian Aid Department


acf international figures

action against hunger

ACF International Funding

Government Donors - 2007

Other Governments

$10,656,066

11%

United Nations

$16,691,438

17%

United Kingdom

$7,359,975

7%

United States

$8,384,237

8%

France

$2,159,324

2%

ECHO*

$45,810,586

47%

Spain

$8,339,479

8%

ACF International Field Operations

Funding by Region - 2007

Latin America & Caribbean

$6,989,413

7%

southern africa

$2,192,043

2%

central africa

$32,495,539

32%

west africa

$16,855,072

16%

Europe

$454,294

0%

asia

$21,122,397

20%

middle east

$4,492,420

4%

east africa

$19,454,984

19%

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donor lists

Action Against Hunger thanks its generous donors for joining with us in our mission to save lives

by eliminating hunger through the prevention, detection, and treatment of acute malnutrition. We have compiled these lists as comprehensively

as possible, and thank the all many individuals—including those whose names do not appear below—for helping to make our work possible.

Please note listings reflect gifts received between January 1 and December 31, 2007.

MAJOR INSTITUTIONAL

DONORS

Canadian International

Development Agency (CIDA)

European Community

Humanitarian Aid Department

(ECHO)

Food and Agriculture

Organization of the United

Nations (FAO)

France - Comité Interministériel

de l’Agriculture et de

l’Alimentation (CIAAA)

Office of the United Nations

High Commissioner for

Refugees (UNHCR)

Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster

Assistance (OFDA)

United Kingdom Department

for International Development

(DFID)

United Nations Children’s Fund

(UNICEF)

United Nations Development

Programme (UNDP)

United Nations World Food

Programme (WFP)

United States Agency for

International Development

(USAID)

CORPORATIONS

Donors of $25,000

and more

Calyon Corporation

Banque CAIXA

Fidelity Investments

Charitable Gift Fund

Orrick, Herrington,

Sutcliffe Foundation

Donors of $10,000

up to $24,999

Credit Suisse Securities

(USA) LLC

IBM Employee Services Center

Luxottica Group

Morgan Stanley

Rothschild, Inc.

Wachovia Securities

Donors of $5,000

up to $9,999

Adtek Information Systems, Inc.

Ales Group

Bausch & Lomb Incorporated

Deutsche Bank Americas

Foundation

Made2Manage Systems Inc.

Quinlan Private

Reem Bridals, Inc.

Tyco Matching Gifts Program

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Donors of $1,000

up to $4,999

Artisan Associates

The Blackstone Group

Capital & Counties USA, Inc.

Charitable Pledge

Processing LLC

Computer Associates

International

CRG Art Incorporated

Crystal International Group Inc

Defined Health

Gelman, Rosenberg

& Freedman

Goodrich Foundation

Google Matching Gifts Program

Hampshire Hotels & Resorts

Home Depot Foundation

Matching Gift Program

International Creative

Management, Inc.

The McGraw Hill

Companies, Inc.

Microsoft Giving Campaign

Neiman Marcus Group

Matching Gift Program

NFI Massachusetts, Inc

Pepsico Foundation

Pfizer Foundation Matching

Gifts Program

Rubin-Lobo LLC

Schering Corporations

Schwab Fund for

Charitable Giving

Wyoming Cancer

Specialists, LLC

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FOUNDATIONS &

ORGANIZATIONS

Donors of $10,000

up to $24,999

United Way of Brevard

Donors of $5,000

up to $9,999

Comfort Aid International

Network For Good

The New York

Community Trust

San Francisco Foundation

Donors of $1,000

up to $4,999

Arcadia University

Artists Against Hunger

Bradford Woods

Community Church

Central High School

The Community Foundation

of Greater New Haven

Enterprise Foundation

The Greenwich Country

Day School

The Henry M. Gunn

High School

The Edward W. Hazen

Foundation

HOPE Sudbury

I Do Foundation

JustGive.org

Lancaster Country Day School

The Nightingale-Bamford

School

Sacremento American Women

in Radio & Television (AWRT)

The Vasicek Foundation

Westlake Church of

Religious Science

INDIVIDUALS & FAMILY

FOUNDATIONS

Donors of $25,000

and more

Joseph G. & Claude Audi

René-Pierre & Alexis Azria

Raymond Debbane

Cristina Enriquez-Bocobo

Burton K. Haimes

Daniel & Pascale Knapp

Ketty P. Maisonrouge

Jean-Marc Moriani

John & Wendy Neu

Daniel & Pascale Py

Cody J. Smith

Donors of $10,000

up to $24,999

Henri Barguirdjian

George A. Bitar

Dominic Castriota

Daniel & Jill Dienst

Nicole Douillet

Blair W. Effron

John & Melissa Eydenberg

Pierre & Isabelle Fay

Jeffrey R. Gural

Linda Huett

William T. Hyde, III

Kathleen Begala

& Yves-André Istel

Earl L. Linehan

John J. Mack

Chris A. & Jeanne Markel

Donald & Shelly Meltzer

Maurice R. Meslans

& Margaret Holyfield

Naddisy Foundation, Inc.

Sawaya Family Foundation

Karim F. Tabet

Christy Turlington Burns

Thomas B. Walker

Wendy Weiler

Donors of $5,000

up to $9,999

Marla Mayer & Chris Ahearn

Anonymous

Adrienne Armstrong

Betty Bobrow

Melanie Branca

William C. A. Clancy

Jack M. Cohen

Robert de Rothschild

Hester Diamond

Jonas Fajgenbaum

Sabina Fila

Elise K. Haas

Robert & Soledad Hurst

Hisashi & Kuniko Juba

Habib Kairouz

Chang H. Kim

Kathy Lafreniere

Yves Leperlier

Craig S. Medwick

Harlan Moore

Catherine Orentreich

Marcy & Paul Pfeiffer

Craig Pierce, Ph.D.

Pierre Pottier

Mandakini & Radhika Puri

Edward & Barbara Shapiro

Mario Soussou

Peter & Elizabeth Vanderslice

Paul A. Zrimsek

Donors of $1,000

up to $4,999

Susannah Alle

Richard & Lynda Amey

Mahyar Amirsaleh

Philippe J. Amouyal

Anonymous

Jean-Pierre Arnoux

David Asseoff

Anita Babikian

Joseph & Frances A. Bachman

Margaret Barkley Byess

Khallil Barrage

F. & Veronique Batrus

Dorene Beller

Fabrizio Bentivoglio

Deborah Berger

Bogota Savings Bank

John N. Brady

Marc & Ursula Brune

Howard G. Buffett

Michele Busy-Chammah,

D.D.S.

Philo Calhoun

Keith & Louise Carlson

Michael & Constance Carroll

Olivier Cassegrain

Kenneth & Shirley Ceradsky

Sandra Chalstrom

Clifford Chance

David Coleman

James Cook

David & Debra Cooper

Araldo & Patricia Cossutta

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donor lists

Deborah Cowal

James Harmon

& Victoria McManus

Randy Seeley

Christopher Cox

Robert S. Harrison

Glen McDonald

Jennifer Sevigny

Jean-Pierre & Stacy Daccache

Kathryn Hartmann

Stacey Mednick

Glenn Shaikun

Elizabeth de Cuevas

Maria Hayata

Henry S. Miller

Susan Shroyer

Michel de Rosen

Frank Hermantin

Achim & Colette Moeller

Greg & Karen Shunick

Nina Del Rio

Gregory Hill

Richard S. Moffitt

Jane Sinauer

Everett DePangher

Mark Holzberg

Dustin Moskovitz

Rabinder P. Singh

Kay M. Diederich

Dan Horgan

Michele F. Moss

Narinder Singh

Ronald E. Dilday

Christopher Hughes

Mysti Murphy

Basil G. Skalkeas

Adam Dingle

Scott James

Khalil A. Nayla Hadchiti

Elizabeth Smith-Malik

Abigail Disney

Mark Johnson

Raluca Neacsu

Christopher & Patrice Sobecki

Harry & Chant Dolman-

Dussouchaud

Camacho Dominique

John Dougherty

William Doyle

Ed & Joyce Drake Family Fund

Elizabeth Estes

Mollie Favour & Bradley Miller

Kerri Fersel

Randall Fisher

Jody Fleischer

Arthur Fleischer Jr.

Jean-Louis Galliot

Terry George

Mark D. Giarratana, Esq.

Walter Gibat, Jr.

& Nancy Gibat

Adam D. Glickman

Marc & Mariannick Gobe

Margaret Graff

Anne M. Grayhack

James Greenwood

Bryan Grieme

Erik & Christiane Grotness

Dave & Carol Hansen

Andrea & Mark Kaplan

Walter E. Keating

Gary Knell

Robert & Ida Kowit

Bruce Kraus

Lynn Lagos

Catherine & Henry Lanier

Marilyn Lawrence

Clint Laytham

Stephen Ledoux & Julie Dien

Zeno Lee

Gerald L. Lennard

Judith Lidsky

Patricia Lizarraga

Emily Lizcano

Michel & Odile de Schietere

Longchampt

Nancy Gray & Thomas Lynch

Gina G. MacArthur

C. Alan MacDonald

James R. Malone

Daniel Martinelli

Sishush Maru

Charles & Ursula Massoud

John McDermott

Arthur Norcross

John Ohly

Tiffany Olson

Penny L. Phelan

Ron Phillips

Robert & Tracey Pruzan

Frederic & Maria Ragucci

Annapurna Ramanarayanan,

M.D.

A. Douglas Rao

Amanda Rich

Rimerman Family Foundation

Lai Shan Siu & Stephen Rishton

Nancy Romero

Beatrice Schreter

& Charles Rose

James & Alice Ross

David Rush

Camile G. Saba

Jennifer L. Schiff

Douglas Schloss

& Alison Holtzschue

Michael Schloss

Ruth Schwartz

Jennifer Schwarz

Abigail Somma

Inky Song

Tracy J. Straus

Thelma Sullivan

Philippe & Joumana Tager

Matthew Tate

William & Villabeth Taylor

Richard L. Thiel

Linda Vitaletti

Henry & Margaret Vosswinkel

Rubina Wahid

David & Coleen Weeks

Stephan Wessels

James Wiener

Ethan Wohl

Tony Wolff

Peter & Carolan Workman

Myrth York

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VOLUNTEERS, INTERNS,

& DONORS OF IN-KIND

GOODS OR SERVICES

Ama Korma Baidu-Forson

Rachel Berger

Le Bernadin

Bill Blass

Nina Rabinovitch Blecker

Rolando Brown

Chefs for Humanity

Cat Coro

Daniel

Robert de Rothschild

Dana Finkelstein

Maya Grant

Blaise Hayward

Karoline Kothe

Alex Krstevski

L’Olivier Downtown

Luxottica Group

Macallan Scotch Whiskey

Kristin L. McFetridge

Veronica Moreno

New York Giants

Jamie Niven

Nicholas Pappas

Robert Polidori

Stefanie Schlüter

Virginie Sommet

Alice Stock

Heather Strack

The Thomas Group Printing

Monsieur Touton

Selections, Ltd.

Henry Weil

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Amber Zuberi

Management &

Administration

$2,729,292

10%

organizational efficiency

2007 Data

Fundraising

$460,358

2%

Program Services

$25,228,617

88%

action against hunger consistently receives top marks

from rating agencies like the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance,

Charity Navigator (receiving their highest 4-star rating), the American Institute

for Philanthropy (top-rated with an “A+”), the Independent Charities of

America (as a “Best in America” nonprofit), and Guidestar. As an operational

agency that directly oversees the implementation of our own programs,

we are committed to a policy of transparency and disclosure by ensuring

that key financial information is publicly available and that our programs

undergo external evaluation to assess their impact.

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The Justice of Eating: The Struggle

for Food and Dignity in Recent

Humanitarian Crises

Hunger Watch Report, Action

Against Hunger, Pluto Press,

2007-08: London, UK (102 pages)

An assessment of hunger in

several African case studies, this

book weaves personal testimonies

into a a powerful indictment of

the institutions, structures, and

processes that account for the

persistence of hunger today.

Water and HIV: Working for

Positive Solutions

Hunger Watch Report,

Action Against Hunger, 2007:

London, UK (102 pages)

Poor water and sanitary conditions

complicate the treatment of

malnutrition for people living with

HIV/AIDS, but Action Against

Hunger’s ongoing research and field

work offer a range of proven, costeffective

solutions.

Women & Hunger:

Women Play a Central Role

in the Fight Against Hunger

Hunger Watch Report, Action

Against Hunger, 2006-07:

Paris, France (41 pages)

As the principal providers for

Misère urbaine: la faim cachée

Action Against Hunger, Editions Au

diable vauvert, 2006:

Paris, France (127 pages)

Five Agence VU photographers

visited ACF’s programs to

give photographic voice to the

phenomenon of urban hunger,

creating a startling companion

piece to ACF’s study on urban

hunger, La faim dans les villes.

La faim dans les villes

Eric Levron, Action Against

Hunger, Hermann Editeurs, 2006:

Paris, France (158 pages)

Urban demographics are explosive

and set to grow by 100,000

people a day for the next 30 years,

promising an upswing in urban

hunger, a phenomenon with its

own dynamics. This important

assessment presents studies of urban

hunger in the D.R. Congo, Haiti,

Argentina, and Liberia.

Regards sur le monde:

Les visages de la faim

Action Against Hunger,

Editions Acropole, 2005:

Paris, France (224 pages)

A group of notable Agence VU

photographers give artful testimony

to the contexts in which ACF

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

for Populations at Risk

Action Against Hunger, Hermann

Editeurs des Sciences et des Arts,

2005: Paris, France (801 pages)

An instructional manual for both

emergency and development

settings, this authoritative book

condenses ACF’s three decades

of expertise in extending water

and sanitation improvements to

populations in need.

The Geopolitics of Hunger:

The Geopolitics of Responsibility

(2003-04)

Vendôme Impressions,

Groupe Landais, 2004:

Paris, France (300 pages)

The Geopolitics of Responsibility

takes a hard look at the actors who

contribute to the persistence of

global hunger—the roles played

by armed groups, government

institutions, the international

community, and more.

The Geopolitics of Hunger:

Hunger and Power (2001-02)

Action Against Hunger, Lynne

Rienner Publishers, 2002:

Boulder, CO, USA (354 pages)

Combining the concrete experience

Assessment and Treatment

of Malnutrition in Emergency

Situations

Claudine Prudhon, Action Against

Hunger, Imprimerie Compedit

Beauregard, 2002:

Paris, France (317 pages)

Intended for those with significant

medical training, this manual

combines ACF’s proven field

expertise with the latest scientific

insights to create an indispensable

guide for the treatment and

prevention of malnutrition.

The Geopolitics of Hunger:

Hunger as a Weapon (1998-99)

Presses Universitaires de France,

1998: Paris, France (303 pages)

Action Against Hunger’s flagship

publication investigates the uses of

hunger as a political instrument.

This volume also offers inspiring

examples of ACF’s field programs

that deliver lasting solutions to

global hunger.

Souffles du monde

Action Against Hunger, BBK

Edition, 1998: Paris, France

Eleven renowned photographers

take an intimate tour of ACF’s field

programs where each reconstructs

an alternate vision of global

action against hunger publications

ACF International publishes a number of works for a variety of

audiences each year. A sizeable catalogue of more specialized

resources—context analyses, regional assessments, community

surveys, and special field reports—can also be found online at

www.actionagainsthunger.org/resources/publications

families around the world, women

are key partners in the struggle

to end hunger and agencies must

incorporate such realities into

the very design of their

humanitarian programs.

works, documenting the daily

struggles for life and dignity that

confront so many communities

around the world.

of ACF’s field staff with solid

academic research, this pageturning

study and indictment of

the status quo is sure to capture

the imagination of any activist or

student of world affairs.

humanitarian efforts through the

urgency of the stories and portraits

captured on film.

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ACTION AGAINST HUNGER STAFF

Nan Dale

Executive Director

OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

David Blanc

Program Director

Marie-Sophie Simon

Senior Nutrition Advisor

David Doledec

Nutrition Advisor

Devrig Velly

Food Security Advisor

Silke Pietzsch

Food Security Advisor

Nicholas Radin

WASH Advisor

Youcef Hammache

Desk Officer/Mission Manager

Karine Milhorgne

Desk Officer/Mission Manager

Nadia Griffin

Mission Management Logistician

Action Against Hunger staff as October 1, 2008

EXTERNAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT

Geoffrey M. Glick

Director of External Relations

James Phelan

Senior External Relations Officer

Karen Dumonet

Senior Events & Donor Relations Officer

Barbara McKinnon

External Relations Officer

Joseph R. McLaughlin

Webmaster

James R. Dahlman

Database & Donor Stewardship Manager

Mai Truong

Student Outreach Fellow

Alex Ruthrauff

External Relations Assistant

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

PATRICK MOUTON

Financial Director

Dwight Newton

HQ Financial Comptroller

Luis Manuel Garcia

Field Financial Comptroller

Mauro Cabrera

Field Financial Officer

Michael Gumbley

Field Financial Officer

Nelger Rios

Assistant Financial Director

Foday Kangbai

IT Officer

HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

Philippe Rosen

Human Resources Director

Jackie MacLeod

Human Resources Coordinator

Sarah Crawford

Human Resources Coordinator

Noga Malkin

Assistant Recruiter

Angiegloria Espinal

Payroll and Benefit Administrator

Rachael Blair

Office Manager/

Human Resources Assistant

action against hunger 2007 Annual Report Financials

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