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Evaluating the hunger situation worldwide: Setbacks in the fight against hunger
In its annual report, Welthungerhilfe warns that the number of people suffering from hunger worldwide may rise.
Our food system must be rebuilt from the ground up.
A Healthy Start in Life
Our vision is a world in which all people have the opportunity to live a self-determined life in dignity and justice, free from hunger and poverty.
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More than 800,000 people in South Sudan are affected by flooding. Welthungerhilfe is providing almost 400,000 euros in emergency aid.
The chair of the Welthungerhilfe Ambassador Council will change hands, passing from Dr Erik Bettermann to Dr Gerd Müller.
Data is also the new currency in nutrition systems. Whoever controls it has the edge in the market.
The results of the 2021 climate conference in Glasgow are sobering. Michael Kühn, Senior Advisor for Climate Change Policy on the results of COP26.
The concentration of companies in the food and agricultural sector is higher than ever. Fewer and fewer people are deciding what we eat.
Welthungerhilfe is helping people in Somalia confront the challenges they face: climate change and social problems.
Extreme weather and the traditional caste system cause poverty in Nepal. Welthungerhilfe educates people about their rights.
How Welthungerhilfe supports refugees in Turkey, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.
Water and Medical Aid During Droughts in Ethiopia.
Every second citizen in the Central African Republic relies on humanitarian aid. We support people in their daily life.
For over two years, Yemen has been wracked by civil war. More than 3.3 million people have already fled the armed conflicts.