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"I am proud to work for Welthungerhilfe"

Welthungerhilfe has been working for a world without hunger for 60 years. Some of our employees introduce themselves and their work.

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VENRO with new dual leadership

The General Assembly elected Mathias Mogge and Martina Schaub as new chairpersons of VENRO's Executive Board.

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Dr Gerd Müller Will Take Over as Chair of Ambassador Council

The chair of the Welthungerhilfe Ambassador Council will change hands, passing from Dr Erik Bettermann to Dr Gerd Müller.

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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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Wars, climate change, and the coronavirus lead to bitter setbacks in the fight against hunger

Welthungerhilfe Presents its 2020 Annual Report: Famines are on the increase.

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Welthungerhilfe Elects a new Supervisory Board

Marlehn Thieme confirmed as president

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Welthungerhilfe Presents the 2020 Global Hunger Index

Coronavirus, war, and climate change: The world is not on track to end hunger by 2030.

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Welthungerhilfe Presents its 2019 Annual Report

Climate Change and Wars Are Still Major Causes of Hunger – COVID-19 Dramatically Affects the Poorest Countries.

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Welthungerhilfe Presents its 2018 Annual Report

Wars and Climate Change are the Greatest Challenges for Combating Hunger.

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New President of Welthungerhilfe elected

Change of Leadership: Marlehn Thieme is Welthungerhilfe's new President.

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Change in Executive Board at Welthungerhilfe

The Supervisory Board of Welthungerhilfe has selected Mathias Mogge as the new Secretary General of Welthungerhilfe.

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Welthungerhilfe presents 2017 Annual Report

War and rising refugee numbers threaten successes of development assistance.

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