Zur Hauptnavigation springen Zur Suche springen Zum Seiteninhalt springen Zum Footer springen

loading
Verschiedene regionale und Überregionale deutsche Tageszeitungen

Press Releases

Results of
No End to the Pandemic Without Vaccine Justice

The Coronavirus is Mutating into a Hunger Virus inPoor Countries

read more
Threat of a New Plague of Locusts in Kenya

The plague of locusts is on the rise again as a new generation of pests is breeding and hatching. Welthungerhilfe supports families in need.

read more
Vaccine Solidarity for Poor Countries

Corona, hunger and poverty can only be defeated together or not at all. Welthungerhilfe calls for vaccine solidarity for poor countries.

read more
German Federal Foreign Office supports innovative Programme

The German Federal Foreign Office has announced its support for a programme of activities that will embed early humanitarian action.

read more
Welthungerhilfe Elects a new Supervisory Board

Marlehn Thieme confirmed as president

read more
The Gap with Land Ownership Is Widening Around the World

Welthungerhilfe and Oxfam Present “Global Land Inequality Report”.

read more
Welthungerhilfe Supports Refugees from Tigray

The military conflict in the Ethiopian province of Tigray is escalating. Thousands of families have to leave their homes.

read more
Violent Conflicts and the COVID-19 Pandemic Are Exacerbating Hunger in Afghanistan

In the run-up to the Afghanistan conference, Welthungerhilfe warns that the number of people going hungry could rise to 13.2 million.

read more
Welthungerhilfe Presents the 2020 Global Hunger Index

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

read more
Drought, Locusts, Coronavirus, and now a Once-in-a-Century Flood

Following Flooding in East Africa, Welthungerhilfe is Providing 250,000 Euros for Emergency Assistance.

read more
Welthungerhilfe Supports Families in Need in Lebanon

After the explosion in Beirut, Welthungerhilfe supports poor families in Lebanon.

read more
Welthungerhilfe Presents its 2019 Annual Report

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

read more