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Coronavirus, war, and climate change: The world is not on track to end hunger by 2030.
Press Release: Welthungerhilfe is asking for support for its Global Covid-19 Response Programme to help people in 36 countries.
Compass 2020: Report on the Reality of German Development Policy: The coronavirus crisis is devastating for the poorest countries
Welthungerhilfe on the publication of new OECD figures: During the Coronavirus pandemic, ODA resources are more important than ever.
Welthungerhilfe expects the participants at the first Global Refugee Forum to ensure that host countries will get better support.
Welthungerhilfe: Number of civilian casualties are rising as well as fear of attacks.
61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar and call for refugees’ engagement on safe, voluntary returns.
Another increase of hunger figures: According to the UN, 821.6 million people around the world were suffering from hunger in 2018.
The President of Welthungerhilfe, Marlehn Thieme, urges politicians to finally become active: climate change is a question of justice.
Syria donor conference: Welthungerhilfe calls on the participants of the 3rd conference to continue to support Syrian refugees.
Can digitalisation also help overcome global hunger? 70 agriculture ministers have expressed concerns.
On the occasion of the World Economic Forum starting tomorrow, Welthungerhilfe calls on participants to do more to fight inequality.