(~ 1978; NYC and four other capitals; 7500+ staff in 45+ countries).
This global humanitarian organization is committed to ending world hunger based on an International Charter of Independence, Neutrality, Non-Discrimination, Free and Direct Access to Victims, Professionalism, and Transparency. Some 5,000 professionals work in “over 40 countries benefiting seven million people each year” with innovative, life-saving programs in nutrition, food security, livelihoods, water, sanitation, hygiene, and other “sustainable solutions to hunger,” nutrition and hygiene practices). Claims 30 + years of experience in contexts of conflict, disasters and food crises. Publishes context analyses, regional assessments, community/technical surveys and field reports, videos, evaluations, manuals, and annual financial reports.
Leadership: Andrea Tamburini (CEO)
Budget: $158.3m (Expenses 2017)