HELP MAKE EVERY MONTH, WOMEN’S MONTH.

WHY WE EXIST?

Everyone deserves access to healthy, affordable food and quality nutrition care.  This access is hindered by deeper inequities that arise from unjust systems and processes that structure everyday living conditions. 

 In its 43 years of working, Operation Hunger has a history of positive action in the fight against hunger and malnutrition in South African communities. We have developed a systematic approach that uses the concept of nutrition equity to elucidate these inequities and show how they determine opportunities and barriers to attaining healthy diets and lives, leading to unequal nutrition outcomes.

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OUR NATIONAL IMPACT.

EASTERN CAPE

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

KWAZULU-NATAL

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

LIMPOPO

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

MPUMULANGA

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

NORTH WEST

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

NORTHERN CAPE

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

WESTERN CAPE

At the underlying level, nutrition equity is caused by the way that people’s everyday social, psychological/behavioural and material circumstances interact with their wider environments. These environments include: access to adequate and quality food; provision for infant care; healthcare environments; and wider living environments (including sanitation and opportunities for physical activity). Operation Hunger has put together the latest data using the conceptual framework consistent with the determinants of undernutrition and prevalence of malnutrition to comprehensively elucidate barriers and opportunities leading to unhealthy nutrition outcomes. 

What we Do.

Msunduzi

Msunduzi

Ongoing Broad-based Feeding Support, Nutrition Education, Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, PRA Assessment, Ongoing Nutrition Surveillance and Anthropometric Surveys Assessmentss.

KwaMgwagwa

KwaMgwagwa

Ongoing Broad-based Feeding Support, Nutrition Education, Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, PRA Assessment, Ongoing Nutrition Surveillance and Anthropometric Surveys Assessments, Stage 2 of the PRA(Training) Process.

Red Location

Red Location

Ongoing Broad-based Feeding Support, Basic Nutrition Education,
Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, Ongoing Nutrition Surveillance
and Anthropometric Surveys Assessment.

Helenvale

Helenvale

Helenvale: Hebeg Current Phase: 3 / Addressing the underlying causes by the implementation of centralised local food systems. Achieved Statuses: Ongoing Broad-based Feeding Support, Nutrition Education, Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, PRA Assessment, Ongoing...

Lekazi Township

Lekazi Township

Achieved Statuses: Provided a Central Community Borehole Water Supply System; Distributed 303 Hippo Rollers to underprivileged households.

Cedara / Emandleni

Cedara / Emandleni

Phase 1: Achieved Statuses: Ongoing Broad-based Feeding Support, Nutrition Education, Health and Nutrition Awareness Campaigns, Ongoing Nutrition Surveillance and Anthropometric Surveys Assessments, Co-occurrence of adequate diets and adequate care for children under 5.

Motheo Children’s Centre Relief to Sustainability

Motheo Children’s Centre Relief to Sustainability

RELIEF TO SustainabilityMOTHEO CHILDRENS CENTREABOUTMotheo Children’s Centre - Situated in a remote rural community known Ngobi Village (between Pretoria and the NW) The centre was established in 2015 and is looking after 17 children in their intermediate phase, of...

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