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Tarpaulins Instead of Pesticides Against Desert Locusts in Eastern Africa
Tarpaulins Instead of Pesticides Against Desert Locusts in Eastern Africa
A child in a refugee camp in the Syrian province of Idlib.
Refugees Must not Be Used as Political Hostages

The situation of refugees, whether in Syria, on the Greek islands or on the Turkish-Syrian border, is becoming increasingly desperate.

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Macarthur $100 m Grant: Toothpick Project among Top 100

High-scoring 100&Change applications featured in Bold Solutions Network

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A man holding a plastic bottle in a field, surrounded by a large swarm of locusts
Plague of Locusts: 500,000 euros of immediate assistance

East Africa and South Asia are suffering from a plague of locusts. Welthungerhilfe is providing 500,000 euros of immediate assistance.

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A boy is holding a bag of flatbread at a distribution
Syria: The Supply Conditions Are Worsening

Rain, cold, hunger, rising prices – the situation for refugees from the civil war in north-west Syria is becoming increasingly dire.

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Women from internally displaced families are growing vegetables using hydroponic gardens in Camp Zamzam in North Darfur
Simple but innovative

A simple yet innovative hydroponics project is making a big difference to the lives of internally displaced people in Sudan.

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Tarpaulins Instead of Pesticides Against Desert Locusts in Eastern Africa
Tarpaulins Instead of Pesticides Against Desert Locusts in Eastern Africa
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