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Projects & Programmes

A sample of our projects worldwide

Results of
Education for Women, Harvest for Everyone

With new knowledge, better seeds, and microloans, smallholders in Mali now have the chance to change an entire region.

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Food vouchers reduce hardship

Millions of Syrians have had to leave their home, their jobs and their loved ones behind. Five of them tell their story.

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Empowerment for marginalised people

Extreme weather and the traditional caste system cause poverty in Nepal. Welthungerhilfe educates people about their rights.

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Smallholder Rekha Affronts The Monsoon

Floodings threatened Rekha Devi Sharma and her family. Today her livelihoods are secured. Welthungerhilfe supports smallholders in Nepal.

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Somaliland: Strategies & Goals

Heavy droughts and political instability are the main reasons for hunger in Somaliland. What can be done against these problems locally?

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Treasures from the Jungle

Three in ten of the world's poor live in India. We are supporting the rural population to help themselves.

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Flooding in South Asia

Flooding in South Asia Welthungerhilfe is distributing food and hygiene sets in India and Nepal.

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A Family Fleeing the Water

Fulia Devi is one of the thousands of people who were affected by the flooding in Bihar in India. A moving story.

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Governance Against Hunger

Along with its partners Welthungerhilfe aims to implement a transparent governance system for the least developed districts of Jharkhand.

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Lush Gardens on Steep Slopes

Lush green vegetable gardens hug the steep slopes surrounding the Zarafshan Valley. Farmers are finally able to live off their harvest.

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Reconstruction after the Earthquake

After earthquakes in Nepal in 2015 Welthungerhilfe provided emergency aid and helped to rehabilitate damages.

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Prominent Support for Welthungerhilfe

Barren landscapes, parched riverbeds, red dirt: This is how southwestern Madagascar looks. Michaela May travelled here to visit Tuléar.

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