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Welthungerhilfe presents the 2021 Global Hunger Index.
Welthungerhilfe Presents its 2020 Annual Report: Famines are on the increase.
Biodiversity loss make agriculture more vulnerable to climate change, pests and diseases. Nutrition is becoming more and more unbalanced.
The global community has missed its targets for biodiversity conservation. In autumn, a new ambitious framework will aim to make improvement
Climate Change and Wars Are Still Major Causes of Hunger – COVID-19 Dramatically Affects the Poorest Countries.
Welthungerhilfe expects the participants at the first Global Refugee Forum to ensure that host countries will get better support.
35 percent of the population in Haiti are heavily dependent on food aid.
The GHI 2019 shows that climate change is worsening the nutrition situation in countries that are already affected by hunger and poverty.
Welthungerhilfe supports the worldwide climate strikes on Friday and demands a clear change of course from the German government.
The President of Welthungerhilfe, Marlehn Thieme, urges politicians to finally become active: climate change is a question of justice.
Climate change is making life hard for fishers and farmers in Malawi. The largest lake is drying up, and harvests have become unpredictable.
Tajikistan is affected by the consequences of climate change. A Welthungerhilfe project opens up new ways for the rural population.