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The African-German Youth Initiative (AGYI) has set itself an objective of promoting exchanges between young people in African countries and Germany, writes Engagement Global.
Deutschland.de spoke to peace researcher Simone Wisotzki to unpack how equal rights make the world safer.
The tricky issue of migration will loom over the chancellor's talks as Berlin looks for ways to stem the migrant flow, writes Deutschland.de
The German Development Bank KfW was founded on November 18, 1948 to finance the reconstruction of Germany. 70 years later, the challenges that face us as a promotional bank have grown larger still. Nothing less than the future of our planet is at stake, writes KfW.
Nigeria is one of the last-remaining high-risk countries. With German support, the international community is currently running a campaign to provide polio vaccinations to all children under the age of five, writes the German Development Bank KfW.
The government is working to restore the energy infrastructure using, among other things, hydropower, methane, solar energy and geothermal power.
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