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Welthungerhilfe is supporting smallholder farmers to achieve Zero Hunger in India
The Welthungerhilfe is increasingly developing and using digital services to get closer to achieving the "zero hunger" goal.
Can digitalisation also help overcome global hunger? 70 agriculture ministers have expressed concerns.
Is digitalisation in agriculture really generating opportunities to end hunger and poverty, or is it creating new dangers for famers?
Climate change is making life hard for fishers and farmers in Malawi. The largest lake is drying up, and harvests have become unpredictable.
Learn more about how the youngest member of India successfully managed it to transform their country into an sustainable state.
Tajikistan is affected by the consequences of climate change. A Welthungerhilfe project opens up new ways for the rural population.
On 20 October a new parliament is elected in Afghanistan, while terrorist attacks, violence, poverty and hunger are part of everyday life for many...
Smallholder farmers in Liberia are now able to own land. For the first time, civil society was actively involved in shaping a law.
Azim Choragabov is a farmer with heart and soul. But climate change poses an enormous challenge to people like him in Tajikistan.
For Welthungerhilfe, there are at least 6 good reasons to address the link between climate change and food security or hunger.
The agricultural machinery manufacturer AMAZONE sent four of its trainees to the northeast of India in July 2017 with an exciting task.