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The German Federal Foreign Office has announced its support for a programme of activities that will embed early humanitarian action.
Welthungerhilfe and project partner, People in Need, are bolstering Mali’s healthcare response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Marlehn Thieme confirmed as president
Ethiopia is in the throes of civil war. Many people are desperately fleeing to Sudan. But even there, the situation is critical.
Welthungerhilfe and Oxfam Present “Global Land Inequality Report”.
The military conflict in the Ethiopian province of Tigray is escalating. Thousands of families have to leave their homes.
In the run-up to the Afghanistan conference, Welthungerhilfe warns that the number of people going hungry could rise to 13.2 million.
Dramatic consequences in the countries we work in: Day labourers without work, increasing hunger, girls forced to marry younger.
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.