In many countries, chronic pressures such as structural poverty and recurrent periods of drought or extreme natural events and violent conflicts limit development prospects.
Rome, 5 March 2019 - In 2017, the World Food Programme implemented or supported school feeding programmes for 18.3 million children in 71 countries and built the capacity of 65 governments, resulting in improved national school feeding programmes for a further 39 million children.
Rome, 25 - 27 February 2019 - The WFP Executive Board met in Rome for its three-day first regular meeting in 2019. Read here the German opening statement given by Ambassador Seidenberger.
WFP relies entirely on voluntary contributions. Governments are the most important donors because WFP does not receive a fixed UN budget. The German government has been one of WFP's most important partners for years.
How do we preserve the natural resources of life for ourselves and for future generations? Germany's National Sustainability Development Strategy of 2016 shows how much we feel committed to Agenda 2030.
Wars and conflicts, natural catastrophes and the ongoing impact of climate change – huge numbers of people around the world are suffering and need help and protection. For 50 years, the German Foreign…
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Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is meeting in Berlin with Ramtane Lamamra, the new Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Algeria. The population of this neighbouring country of Europe is peacefully calling for political change.
The “bauhaus imaginista” exhibition in the Haus der Kulturen der Welt looks at the Bauhaus school’s international connections.
Foreign Minister Maas and his counterparts in Finland, Sweden and Denmark are in complete agreement: only by taking a united approach can Europe defend its interests.