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Fighting hunger

One in eleven people does not have enough to eat. Causes such as poverty, conflict and the climate crisis mean that more and more people are going hungry - even though there is actually enough food for everyone.

Help is committed to fighting undernourishment and malnutrition worldwide by providing acute aid and sustainably promoting agriculture in many regions. Help us to secure food worldwide - with your donation against hunger!

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Hunger is growing rapidly

In 2022, around 735 million people worldwide did not have enough to eat, including millions of children. The greatest need is in Africa and Asia's rural regions, where the effects of the climate crisis and conflicts are particularly noticeable. The Horn of Africa is particularly affected, with Somalia, for example, currently on the brink of famine.

The reasons for hunger are increasingly due to the effects of the climate crisis: In many places, devastating droughts and floods are destroying entire harvests. For many farmers, adapting to climate change is a major challenge. Above all, they lack resources such as climate-resistant seeds or suitable cultivation methods.

In addition, more and more people are being forced to flee their homes and are losing access to food as a result. In such cases, fields cannot be cultivated or harvested.

The consequences of hunger are devastating: people fall ill more quickly, their bodies and minds are less productive. Child mortality is rising rapidly. Millions of children under the age of five are particularly at risk worldwide, as malnutrition at this age can cause severe developmental damage.

Spenden Südsudan Hunger: Behandlungszentren gegen Unterernährung

South Sudan

8.9 million people in South Sudan do not have enough to eat. Women and children are particularly at risk. Help has set up treatment centers where pregnant women and small children receive medical treatment. Malnourished children receive therapeutic food.

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Ein Mann lacht in die Kamera während er die Ernte auf seinem Feld zeigt


70 percent of the population is dependent on agriculture. Storms, floods and droughts repeatedly destroy harvests. Help supports small farmers with seeds and fertilizers and trains them in effective farming methods.

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Kleinbäuerin Patenema Ouédraogo bei der Arbeit auf ihrem Feld

Burkina Faso

12% of children under the age of five are malnourished. Help has given mothers and children under the age of five free access to healthcare, resulting in a significant reduction in child mortality. We also support agricultural measures.

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How does Help contribute to food security?

Fighting hunger in the long term and ensuring food security

For Help, sustainability in food security means focusing on different factors. We support farmers by

  • teaching profitable and environmentally friendly farming methods,
  • offering training in basic economic skills,
  • creating a functioning infrastructure
  • and teaching how surplus food can be sold at a profit.

We always work according to our guiding principle of helping people to help themselves and are in close contact with local partners.

The road to a world without hunger is a long one. The first step is to create the necessary conditions: Irrigation facilities, seeds, tools and fertilizers must be provided. We then provide training on sustainable farming methods and economic principles.

In acute situations such as a hunger crisis or famine, Help ensures that those affected are supplied with energy-rich food. Our aid focuses in particular on malnourished infants, mothers and pregnant women.

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Kleinbauer Moses Makombe aus Simbabwe auf seinem Feld.