Welthungerhilfe Media Centre
Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin
NGO Joint Statement: Seven Steps to Saving Lives and Assisting People
A violent eight-year conflict originating in Nigeria has intensified in the last four years and spread across borders into Niger, Chad and Cameroon, resulting in Africa’s biggest humanitarian and protection crisis.
Threat doesn't work
Position paper: Using development to apply pressure
Reducing development assistance to force countries of origin to cooperate more with the return of rejected asylum seekers is the wrong way.
Liberia INGO Advocacy Paper: The road to recovery
International Donors needs to take action at International Ebola Recovery Conference, New York, July 9-10th 2015
International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) working in Liberia call on international donors to support the Liberia Economic Stabilization Recovery Plan (ESRP).
Study: The Impact of Ebola in Liberia
Rapid Food and Livelihoods Security Assessment
(December 2014) This study assesses the impact of the ongoing Ebola crisis on the food and livelihood security of a cross section of the Liberian population.
In Brief No. 35 - South Sudan
First the machetes, then hunger - the civil war in South Sudan
"In Brief" No. 35 examines the situation in South Sudan and demands for the civil war to be stopped immediately.
In Brief No. 33 - Climate Conference Warsaw
Warsaw 2013: Summit of climate sinners
Starting on November 11, experts and government representatives from more than 190 countries will be convening for two weeks for the 19th round of the international climate negotiations, this time in Warsaw.
In Brief 32 – Post-2015
Converging the Strands - On the road to a sustainable development agenda
The In Brief Nr. 32 deals with the Post-2015 development agenda process. What are the issues at stake? What needs to be reflected in any new global agenda, if poverty and hunger are supposed to become remnants of the past?
IN BRIEF 31/2013 - Billions for Mali
Hunger despite generous pledges
At the International Donors Conference in May 2013, Mali was promised more than three billion euro. Basically, the funds are urgently needed because the humanitarian situation in parts of the country is extremely volatile.
In Brief No. 30 - Disaster risk reduction
Towards the next generation of disaster risk reduction and resilience
It is no secret: Prevention is more effective and much cheaper than reconstructing and rebuilding. However, the importance of disaster risk reduction for inclusive, sustainable development has long been neglected.
IN BRIEF 27/2012 Sahel Zone: A Political Powder Keg
Armed conflicts threaten food security
Aid organizations, including Welthungerhilfe, have been warning since last November about a looming food crisis in the Sahel. Despite various preventative measures the crisis is worsening. (Version 2012)