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Coronavirus, war, and climate change: The world is not on track to end hunger by 2030.
Following Flooding in East Africa, Welthungerhilfe is Providing 250,000 Euros for Emergency Assistance.
Humanitarian workers are continuing their support for the people most vulnerable to the coronavirus crisis.
After the explosion in Beirut, Welthungerhilfe supports poor families in Lebanon.
Helping before it's too late: Welthungerhilfe uses early-warning systems and risk analyses to provide humanitarian aid before devastating disasters...
Welthungerhilfe is supporting smallholder farmers to achieve Zero Hunger in India
Climate Change and Wars Are Still Major Causes of Hunger – COVID-19 Dramatically Affects the Poorest Countries.
In Syria, many refugees are now threatened by famine as a result of the massive economic crisis and the corona pandemic.
Press Release: Welthungerhilfe is asking for support for its Global Covid-19 Response Programme to help people in 36 countries.
Welthungerhilfe starts emergency aid in India and supports people affected by hurricane Amphan and the Covid-19 crisis.
Compass 2020: Report on the Reality of German Development Policy: The coronavirus crisis is devastating for the poorest countries
Beta version of the app to be made available due to coronavirus