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In Sierra Leone, Marlehn Thieme saw how people learn to help themselves in areas ranging from waste management to renewable energy.
Eight new promising ideas to combat hunger and social injustice were shortlisted during the Social Innovation Challenge 2019.
A ball kicked off an idea in Bangui: At the “Football School for Peace” young people learn to overcome violence and hate.
Smallholder farmers in Liberia are now able to own land. For the first time, civil society was actively involved in shaping a law.
How Syrian and Turkish women in Istanbul are leading the way in integration.
Teenage girls at a local girls school in Northern Iraq built by Welthungerhilfe have big dreams for their future, despite the war in Syria.
Welthungerhilfe’s photo project in Turkey brings together Syrian child refugees and local Turkish kids – an opportunity for new friendships.
People in Yemen suffer from the catastrophic consequences of an armed conflict in the country. 7 million are threatened by famine.
With the new training program LANN+ Welthungerhilfe improves the situation of women and children in Sierra Leone.
Compass 2030 is a critical analysis. The bottom line is: Clear signals and decisive action are demanded of the new federal government.
Mariam made a deal with her daughter, that she will not get married until she graduates from university.
When a gigantic irrigation system was built, nobody respected the righs and needs of the alpaca breeders in Peru. This will change now.