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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.
Training programmes for Syrian refugees in Lebanon are strengthening the resilience of the people, communities and national institutions.
Tajikistan's forests are shrinking due to people's need for wood. Welthungerhilfe supports with environmentally friendly energy sources.
Kpalleh is a fisherman on the Atlantic coast of Liberia. For him, rough weather means no fishing, and no fishing means no income.
The DR Congo is experiencing the worst outbreak of Ebola in the history of the country. This is how Welthungerhilfe provides support.
Shahnoz was married off early and had to give up her education. With the support of Welthungerhilfe she is now turning her life around.
"The project has had a big psychological effect on me." Syrian refugees share how working in the field makes life in the camp easier.
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.
Millions of Syrians have had to leave their home, their jobs and their loved ones behind. Five of them tell their story.