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Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices.
After the Taliban takeover, the future of the saffron cooperative in Afghanistan is uncertain. But the women are not giving up.
Interview with Country Director Emmanuel Octave Bananeza about the AID-FAPCE Project “Yaka Kinda Yèrè" in in the Central African Republic.
Welthungerhilfe is supporting smallholder farmers to achieve Zero Hunger in India
Welthungerhilfe on the publication of new OECD figures: During the Coronavirus pandemic, ODA resources are more important than ever.
The Welthungerhilfe is increasingly developing and using digital services to get closer to achieving the "zero hunger" goal.
Is digitalisation in agriculture really generating opportunities to end hunger and poverty, or is it creating new dangers for famers?
Welthungerhilfe Demands Reforms for More Security and Less Hunger
Welthungerhilfe project manager Justina Mwangangi was honoured with the editors’ prize "Everyday Heroes". Jörg Pilawa went to visit her.
Welthungerhilfe would like to encourage the participants to fulfill their responsibility for sustainable development.
Welthungerhilfe is pointing out that the future of Africa will be decided in the countryside.
Welthungerhilfe welcomes many of the statements of the new plan, which is aiming to renew the European partnership with Africa.