Welthungerhilfe is one of the biggest non-governmental, non-profit and non-partisan organizations in Germany. It provides aid from a single source: from fast disaster relief and reconstruction to long-term development cooperation projects with local partner organisations, according to the principle of help for self-help.
Since its foundation in 1962, more than 7,733 projects in 70 countries have been supported with 2.84 billion Euro – for a world without hunger and poverty.
Over the past 55 years, Welthungerhilfe has supported around 1500 rural development projects in South Asia through local partner organisations who work with some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people.
The Welthungerhilfe country office is located in New Delhi, with project offices in Kolkata, Ranchi, and Bhopal, as well as in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
|Ranchi||Aruna Tirkey, Azam Emba|
|Bhubaneswar||Nesha Mukti Yuva Sankalp|
|Bhubaneswar||Shreeya Women Association|
|Bhubaneswar||Trishakti Mahila Parishad|
|Delhi||C-green||Delhi||Delhi Organic Farmers‘ Market|
|Delhi||Golden Hive Foundation|
|Delhi||Gurgaon Organic Farmers Market|
|Delhi||Gandhi Smarak Nidhi|
|Delhi||Millets for Health|
|Delhi||Aparna Rajgopal, Beejom|
|Delhi||Sneh Yadav, Tijara Organic Farm|
|Himachal||Muskaan Jaivik SHG|
|Jharkhand||Hesla Jaivik Kisan Samuha|
|Jharkhand||Thomas Jaivik Kishan Samuha|
|West Bengal||Bagnan Mahila Sammilan|
|West Bengal||Bermajur Krishi Prasikhan Society|
|West Bengal||Champa Mahila Society|
|West Bengal||Dhanchebari Sister Nivedita Samity|
|West Bengal||Hanribhanga Samaj Uttaran Kalyan Samity|
|West Bengal||Indraprastha Srijan Welfare Society|
|West Bengal||Purba Medinipur Kishan Swaraj Samity|
|West Bengal||Tarai Research Society|
|Bhubaneswar||Ma Tankapani Road Byabsayi Sangh|
|Kolkata||Aam Antir Bhenpu|
|Kolkata||Green and Grow|
|Ranchi||Field and Forest|
|Uttar Pradesh||Satat Sampada|
|Odisha||Christian Hospital Bissamcuttack|