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45% of households in Tajikistan do not have access to sufficient healthy food. The construction of greenhouses can change that.
In the Kenyan village of Kinakoni, new innovative approaches to fighting hunger are being developed together with start-ups.
In the Amhara region of Ethiopia, many children are chronically malnourished. Alemie has learned how to prevent her children from this.
Through the AgriShare app, farmers can connect with each other to share resources and services.
Mali suffers from the effects of the climate crisis. Together with Welthungerhilfe and its partners, the people are opening up perspectives.
In Lebanon, locals and Syrian refugees farm together, harvesting cohesion and reducing prejudice.
Perfect climate, perfect growing conditions. Saffron offers women in Afghanistan the chance to earn their own income.
"Mama Chips" attended training on how to start a business - today she is the owner of two successful businesses.
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.
Kpalleh is a fisherman on the Atlantic coast of Liberia. For him, rough weather means no fishing, and no fishing means no income.
The monsoon season brings additional threats for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, who already live in precarious conditions.