Welthungerhilfe Media Centre
Analysis and Prospects
Until recently, humans were rarely the direct cause of extreme natural events. But as a result of their interference in the natural world, they have increased the potential risk massively. The WorldRiskIndex calculates this risk for 171 countries worldwide.
Civilians safety in Mosul
Joint NGO statement after proclaimed liberation
28 non-governmental organizations remind all armed actors of their responsibility to protect civilian life and objects. Although the city of Mosul has been declared ‘retaken’ by the Iraqi government, civilians are still not out of harm’s way.
G20 CUMBRE EN HAMBURGO
Demandas de Welthungerhilfe a los Jefes de Estado y Gobierno
A través de su poder político, económico y militar, el G20 determina sustancialmente las reglas globales; de ahí crece una gran responsabilidad para el desarrollo sostenible del planeta.
G20 SUMMIT IN HAMBURG
Demands of Welthungerhilfe to Heads of State and Government
Welthungerhilfe demands to the members of G20 to fulfil their responsibilities and do more to fight hunger.
A Future for Young People
Africa’s rural regions offer new job prospects
By 2030, 600 million young people world-wide will be seeking work. One out of three of them are going to be from Africa, according to the International Labour Organisation (ILO). But decent work that provides a livelihood is in short supply in Africa.
Alliance2015 for Syria
Conflict in Syria enters it's seventh year
March 2016 marks six years of conflict in Syria. It has resulted in the largest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time. Together with our partners from Alliance2015 we provide support to Syrians inside and outside the country since 2012.
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.