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Climate Change, Corruption and Unrest are Causing Increased Hunger in Haiti

35 percent of the population in Haiti are heavily dependent on food aid.

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DR Congo: Hundreds of Thousands in Desperate Need

People who have fled their homes in the Ituri province of the DR Congo are in desperate need of food, water, shelter and medicines.

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GHI 2019: Climate Change is Exacerbating Hunger

The GHI 2019 shows that climate change is worsening the nutrition situation in countries that are already affected by hunger and poverty.

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Elections in Afghanistan

Welthungerhilfe: Number of civilian casualties are rising as well as fear of attacks.

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"Climate Change is increasing Hunger worldwide"

Welthungerhilfe supports the worldwide climate strikes on Friday and demands a clear change of course from the German government.

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Two years on: Rohingya deserve justice

61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar and call for refugees’ engagement on safe, voluntary returns.

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Humanitarian Aid Workers Need Better Protection

The poor security situation in many countries is making work more difficult for relief organisations, and frequently making it difficult to

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Helpers in greatest need

The World Humanitarian Day 2019 focuses on women in disaster areas around the world. We asked Welthungerhilfe colleagues what drives them.

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Education is the key to fighting hunger

In Sierra Leone, Marlehn Thieme saw how people learn to help themselves in areas ranging from waste management to renewable energy.

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War and Climate Change Increase Hunger

Another increase of hunger figures: According to the UN, 821.6 million people around the world were suffering from hunger in 2018.

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Climate Change: Industrialised Countries Must Act

The President of Welthungerhilfe, Marlehn Thieme, urges politicians to finally become active: climate change is a question of justice.

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Welthungerhilfe Presents its 2018 Annual Report

Wars and Climate Change are the Greatest Challenges for Combating Hunger.

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