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The Toothpick Project has created a biological solution to the Striga weed infecting crops in Kenya. Learn more about the project!
Earth’s green lung is in danger. Reforestation is intended to reverse the effects of climate change on the Caribbean.
In this large-scale consortium project, Welthungerhilfe supports emerging value chains by bringing together producers and distributors.
Kpalleh is a fisherman on the Atlantic coast of Liberia. For him, rough weather means no fishing, and no fishing means no income.
Afghanistan has suffered from protracted conflict for over decades and many parts of the country continue to be marked by instability.
The monsoon season brings additional threats for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, who already live in precarious conditions.
With new knowledge, better seeds, and microloans, smallholders in Mali now have the chance to change an entire region.
The "Green Colleges" are giving 1,500 young people in Uganda a future in sustainable professions.
Heavy droughts and political instability are the main reasons for hunger in Somaliland. What can be done against these problems locally?
Along with its partners Welthungerhilfe aims to implement a transparent governance system for the least developed districts of Jharkhand.
Lush green vegetable gardens hug the steep slopes surrounding the Zarafshan Valley. Farmers are finally able to live off their harvest.
Barren landscapes, parched riverbeds, red dirt: This is the southwest of Madagascar. Michaela May travelled here to visit Tuléar.