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Ruanda 2014, Feldarbeiter auf den Reisfeldern.

Projects & Programmes

A sample of our projects worldwide

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With the plants also grows self-confidence

45% of households in Tajikistan do not have access to sufficient healthy food. The construction of greenhouses can change that.

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Fighting Hunger with Kenya’s Start-Ups

In the Kenyan village of Kinakoni, new innovative approaches to fighting hunger are being developed together with start-ups.

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A Healthy Diet for Mother and Child

In the Amhara region of Ethiopia, many children are chronically malnourished. Alemie has learned how to prevent her children from this.

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AgriShare: Shared tractor - increased yield

Through the AgriShare app, farmers can connect with each other to share resources and services.

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Prepared for the impact of climate change

Mali suffers from the effects of the climate crisis. Together with Welthungerhilfe and its partners, the people are opening up perspectives.

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Diversity and cohesion give hope

In Lebanon, locals and Syrian refugees farm together, harvesting cohesion and reducing prejudice.

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Female Empowerment: More Knowledge means More Influence

Perfect climate, perfect growing conditions. Saffron offers women in Afghanistan the chance to earn their own income.

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Education builds businesses and the future

"Mama Chips" attended training on how to start a business - today she is the owner of two successful businesses.

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Tackling the Striga weed with a biological solution.

The Toothpick Project has created a biological solution to the Striga weed infecting crops in Kenya. Learn more about the project!

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1,000,000 seedlings against climate change

Earth’s green lung is in danger. Reforestation is intended to reverse the effects of climate change on the Caribbean.

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How Fishing Families Are Defying Climate Change

Kpalleh is a fisherman on the Atlantic coast of Liberia. For him, rough weather means no fishing, and no fishing means no income.

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Fighting for Survival

The monsoon season brings additional threats for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, who already live in precarious conditions.

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