Teenage girls at a local girls school in Northern Iraq built by Welthungerhilfe have big dreams for their future, despite the war in Syria.
Actually, the country could feed itself, but peolpe have to flee their villages time and again.
Conflict is the primary reason for most of the world's cases of acute food insecurity according to the Global Report on Food Crises 2018.
The oil palm sector has been criticised worldwide. The Food Security Standard project shows how to produce it sustainable.
Measuring weight and height to identify malnutrition may soon be a thing of the past. Learn more about the innovative project.
The new coalition agreement explicitly mentions overcoming hunger as a priority for development policy. But will words be followed by actions?
Welthungerhilfe demands that the heavy air strikes in the province of Idlib in the north-west of Syria must be stopped immediately.
Where does diarrhea come from? Knowledge protects.
The Welthungerhilfe Innovation Award illustrated that the best ideas come from practical experience. Staff around the world have taken part.
Welthungerhilfe’s photo project in Turkey brings together Syrian child refugees and local Turkish kids – an opportunity for new friendships.
It is necessary to set the course for a world without hunger by 2030 at the Global Nutrition Summit. But money is not everything.
Welthungerhilfe staff member Jessica Kühnle traveled to Bangladesh and experienced the severe situation of the Rohingya on the spot.