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Welthungerhilfe is supporting smallholder farmers to achieve Zero Hunger in India
Welthungerhilfe starts emergency aid in India and supports people affected by hurricane Amphan and the Covid-19 crisis.
The Welthungerhilfe is increasingly developing and using digital services to get closer to achieving the "zero hunger" goal.
Learn more about how the youngest member of India successfully managed it to transform their country into an sustainable state.
Measuring weight and height to identify malnutrition may soon be a thing of the past. Learn more about the innovative project.
The agricultural machinery manufacturer AMAZONE sent four of its trainees to the northeast of India in July 2017 with an exciting task.
Guest commentary by Amitabh Behar, Executive Director, National Foundation for India.
Since 23 years Panchugopal Bhandari fights disaster, hunger and poverty in Kaihali, India. Success stories keep him going.
People’s fight against the drought in Bundelkhand.
Once many people from West Bengal were barely able to make ends meet. Now they are self-sufficient farmers and truly happy.
India is a smallholder’s world heavily affected by weather and climate change. Organic farming saves crops - and even reduces suicide rates.
Drought, crop failure, land grabbing - many Indian farmers live in a constant struggle. And some give up the fight.