Money for Malnutrition: EU leads on finance, must match with delivery

On 7th December, at the 2021 Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit organized by the government of Japan, the European Union (EU) committed at least 2.5 billion euros for nutrition programming by 2024. The EU’s contribution to the fight against malnutrition is extremely timely and desperately needed. Following the devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, the […]


Pakistan: A fresh start for Sahib

Dande Darpa Khel is a village in tehsil Miran Shah, North Waziristan. In 2014, the little town was severely affected by the instabilities in north-western Pakistan, which forced over 5 million people into displacement in the whole country, including the 17,500 inhabitants of Dande Darpa Khel, who could come back to their village only in […]


The EU Delegation visits Tripoli’s Baity Center

In Libya, due to the protracted armed conflict, political and economic crises and the COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF estimates that nearly 1.3 million people, including 468,000 children, require humanitarian assistance. Children and their families are experiencing a fast deterioration in public services – especially in the fields of education and health –, higher food and fuel prices due […]


Defeating hunger as an antidote for war: Cesvi in Iraqi Kurdistan

The 2021 Global Hunger Index, presented by Cesvi Foundation on the 14th of October, underlines how the link between conflicts, climate change and COVID-19 has an extremely negative impact on the fight against hunger. Iraq is an emblematic case of how these “three Cs” cause severe food insecurity, a country where Cesvi has been working […]


2021 Global Hunger Index: Three Cs are starving the world

Syria © Photo credits: Anadolu Agency via AFP/Muhammad Said 2021

“The fight against hunger is dangerously out of track. It is urgent to break the cycle of hunger and conflict with which they fuel one another. Without peace, it is unlikely that global hunger will be eradicated. With no food security, there could never be lasting peace. Similarly, it is necessary to intervene on the […]


“Clean water at our doorstep”

A couple of children laughing and playing while collecting clean water from the collection point rehabilitated by Cesvi in the village.

In June 2014, instabilities in north-western Pakistan forced over 5 million people into displacement, leaving their homes and all their belongings in the hope of finding shelter and safety in neighbouring regions. Among them, there were also the 2,320 inhabitants of the small village of Gul Akram Kot, in North Waziristan. Following the unrest, they […]