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The dark side of the Green Revolution

India produces large grain surpluses. Yet, the World Hunger Index lists its hunger problem as "serious". How to explain this contradiction?

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No End to the Pandemic Without Vaccine Justice

The Coronavirus is Mutating into a Hunger Virus inPoor Countries

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Threat of a New Plague of Locusts in Kenya

The plague of locusts is on the rise again as a new generation of pests is breeding and hatching. Welthungerhilfe supports families in need.

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Study: Coronavirus crisis exacerbates hunger and poverty

Nine out of ten respondents are poorer as a result of the coronavirus crisis, and four out of ten have less access to food than before.

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Vaccine Solidarity for Poor Countries

Corona, hunger and poverty can only be defeated together or not at all. Welthungerhilfe calls for vaccine solidarity for poor countries.

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German Federal Foreign Office supports innovative Programme

The German Federal Foreign Office has announced its support for a programme of activities that will embed early humanitarian action.

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Tackling COVID-19 in Mali

Welthungerhilfe and project partner, People in Need, are bolstering Mali’s healthcare response to the COVID-19 pandemic

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Welthungerhilfe Elects a new Supervisory Board

Marlehn Thieme confirmed as president

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Anger, desperation and fear: fleeing from Tigray

Ethiopia is in the throes of civil war. Many people are desperately fleeing to Sudan. But even there, the situation is critical.

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The Gap with Land Ownership Is Widening Around the World

Welthungerhilfe and Oxfam Present “Global Land Inequality Report”.

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Welthungerhilfe Supports Refugees from Tigray

The military conflict in the Ethiopian province of Tigray is escalating. Thousands of families have to leave their homes.

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Violent Conflicts and the COVID-19 Pandemic Are Exacerbating Hunger in Afghanistan

In the run-up to the Afghanistan conference, Welthungerhilfe warns that the number of people going hungry could rise to 13.2 million.

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