On this page, you will learn how new seed, sensible cultivation techniques or financing models can change the lives of starving people around the world.


An Overview of Partners' Projects

Kakaoernte in der Region Aboisso.

About 60 percent of the cocoa processed in Germany comes from the Ivory Coast. It is grown by 800,000 cocoa farmers, who typically only own up to five hectares of land.

A project in cooperation with the GIZ

Indien: Installation von Sonnenkollektoren.

It is above all a lack of opportunities which is driving many young Indians into the cities. An educational; program creates new opportunities in the countryside.

A project of Welthungerhilfe

West Pokot county, Projekt Pastoralismus: Heuernte, Futter für Kühe.

Climate change makes the nomadic life of the Masai in Kenya more difficult. A new project introduces them to agriculture.

A project of Welthungerhilfe

Für die Kinder und Jugendlichen aus den Flüchtlingslagern sind die Aktivitäten des Sozial-Zirkus-Programms besonders beliebt.

In Afghanistan, thousands of domestic refugees live in poverty. A project brings education and acrobatics into their lives.

A project of Welthungerhilfe

Kongo, Schulungsprojekt der Welthungerhilfe für Agrikultur.

Congo is daring to rebuild. Improving nutrition and incomes will provide hope for the future, particularly for women and adolescents.  

A project of Welthungerhilfe


(c) WWF Brasilien

In southern Africa, the world's largest nature reserve is being created. Local animals and people alike will benefit from tourism and agricultural projects.

A Project of WWF