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Orientation Framework - Civil Society Cooperation

Part II: Tool Box, Best Practices

Part II of the orientation framework "Civil society cooperation - a valuable partnership" is practical oriented providing answers on how to cooperate with civil society.

Orientation Framework - Civil Society Cooperation
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Orientation Framework - Civil Society Cooperation

Part I: Background, Definitions, Challenges

This document serves as an orientation for cooperation with civil society organisations (CSOs), for Welthungerhilfe’s staff, expert committees and partner organisations in programme countries.

Orientation Framework - Civil Society Cooperation
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Field Manual: E-Voucher Programs in Turkey

Cash cards for syrian refugees

In Turkey Welthungerhilfe is distributing cash cards instead of food to syrian refugees. The experienced made are collected in this field manual.

Field Manual: E-Voucher Programs in Turkey
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Factsheet South Sudan

Overview and Welthungerhilfe`s work

On 9th July 2011 South Sudan formally separated from North Sudan and became a new state. Welthungerhilfe is around 20 posted and 100 local employees. Read more about our projects in South Sudan:

Factsheet South Sudan
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Accountability framework

Our commitment to being accountable to our stakeholders

This document specifies what stakeholders can hold Welthungerhilfe accountable for. It outlines our commitment to being accountable to our stakeholders and how we are going to strengthen this accountability to them. 

Accountability framework
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Factsheet: Fleeing Mosul

Facts and figures on the present situation and on our work on the ground

(20/10/2016) In June 2014, the so called Islamic State (ISIS) occupied the city of Mosul in the North of Iraq. On October 17th, 2016, the Iraqi Government launched a military offensive to expel ISIS out of Mosul. An overview of the current situation.

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Hunger factsheet

FAQ: extent, distribution and causes of hunger

How many people are going hungry worldwide? Where is the hunger situation the worst? And why? We have summed up the answers to those frequently asked questions i our hunger factsheet (last updated October 2016).

Hunger factsheet
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Global Hunger Index 2016

Getting to Zero Hunger

The developing world has made substantial progress in reducing hunger since 2000. The 2016 Global Hunger Index (GHI) shows that the level of hunger in developing countries as a group has fallen by 29 percent. Yet this progress has been uneven, and great…

Global Hunger Index 2016
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Synopsis: Global Hunger Index 2016

The findings of GHI 2016 at a glance

The developing world’s 2016 GHI fell by 29 percent from the 2000 GHI, from a score of 30.0 to 21.3. These global averages, however, mask dramatic differences among regions and countries.

 

 

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Working to Zero Hunger

Case studies from Burundi, India and Malawi

The following case studies from Burundi, India and Malawi highlight several steps which are being taken towards achieving ‘zero hunger’ in three very different countries. They focus on the complex challenges faced and the progress made so far, and demonstrate…

Working to Zero Hunger
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