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The UN Summit on Food Systems: No Systemic Change in Sight

No system change in sight after UN summit for food systems. What must happen now.

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Toothpick Company set up one of the 50 Best Small Businesses in Africa

Welthungerhilfe’s Project had supported the set up of the Toothpick Company Ltd. (TCL) and is one of the shareholders. TCL was announced as one of the...

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Fishing and aquaculture: underestimated as a source of income and food

Aquatic animals are a renewable resource that can feed people indefinitely if they are managed sustainably. Unfortunately, this is not currently the...

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What to know about illegal fishing to put a stop to it

There is a lack of transparency in monitoring transnational criminal networks. International bodies must become more effective – and harmful subsidies...

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Octave Bananeza satisfied with results of AID-FAPCE project

Interview with Country Director Emmanuel Octave Bananeza about the AID-FAPCE Project “Yaka Kinda Yèrè" in in the Central African Republic.

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"Green gold" in the digital age

Beyond biopiracy of genetic resources, national sovereignty is reaching its limits in the era of open source databases.

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Declining biodiversity threatens food security

Biodiversity loss make agriculture more vulnerable to climate change, pests and diseases. Nutrition is becoming more and more unbalanced.

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Towards restoring biodiversity by 2050

The global community has missed its targets for biodiversity conservation. In autumn, a new ambitious framework will aim to make improvement

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"This summit must not become bogged down in ideological battles"

The Food Systems Summit aims to make food systems a top priority. Joachim von Braun on hunger and the role of science.

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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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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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Small farms are the centre of a sustainable food system

Welthungerhilfe is supporting smallholder farmers to achieve Zero Hunger in India

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