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The global hunger crisis is worsening. NGOs are calling on government leaders to put this issue at the top of the agenda.
Food security must be the top issue at the G7 summit. Climate change, wars and conflicts are depleting the reserves of more and more people.
With an international donor conference coming up, Welthungerhilfe is warning of an escalation in the severe hunger crisis in Afghanistan.
At the meeting of G7 agriculture ministers on March 11, 2022, the impact of the war in Ukraine on global food security will be analyzed and approaches...
Joint statement by national and international humanitarian organizations on Ukraine, including networks of which Welthungerhilfe is a member
Alliance2015 members prepare to scale up support to the conflict-affected population of Ukraine.
Welthungerhilfe calls for a sustainable strategy of the German federal government
Coronavirus, Locusts, Droughts, and Violent Conflict: Welthungerhilfe Allocates EUR 500,000 for Immediate Emergency Aid
Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices.
The General Assembly elected Mathias Mogge and Martina Schaub as new chairpersons of VENRO's Executive Board.
The number of people affected by hunger in Mali has almost tripled within a year, humanitarian organizations warn.
More than 800,000 people in South Sudan are affected by flooding. Welthungerhilfe is providing almost 400,000 euros in emergency aid.