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According to World Bank data, nearly 90 percent of all people in extreme poverty will be living in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030. Climate change will further exacerbate the situation, writes the BMZ.
There have not been any new wild polio infections in Nigeria and thus on the entire African continent since August 21 2016. Three years with no new infections is an important milestone on the way to Nigeria's official certification as a polio-free country, writes the German development bank KfW.
German development agency GIZ project manager Markus Spitzbart speaks about the project on environmentally sound disposal and recycling of e-waste in Ghana, writes the GIZ.
A new marine and biodiversity conservation project in the Western Indian Ocean is an important step towards protecting the world's oceans, writes the International Climate Initiative (IKI).
Rural Africa’s economy is slow-moving. Yet there is no shortage of entrepreneurial spirit. Local coaches are tapping into this – resulting in thousands of new Jobs, writes the GIZ.
Two theatre practitioners from Namibia and Germany in 2019 engaged on a project through the Goethe-Institut International Co-production Fund to manifest a theatre production that investigates theatre as a space in which knowledge and reflection are explored and shared, writes the Goethe-Institut.
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