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For about 20 years, Holger Dalkmann has been working on global transport issues. In an interview, he explains why technology is “attractive”, what demand is like in Africa, and why sustainable mobility has a lot to do with green energy, writes the German Development Bank KfW.
On two tests farms in Zimbabwe the Martin Bauer Group is growing organic-quality plants that are suited to the regional climatic conditions. This is creating around 900 jobs and thousands of small farmers and wild plant gatherers are being trained, writes the German Investment Cooperation DEG.
The Award encourages African countries' own initiative to translate research results into innovative solutions which will benefit the population in Africa, writes the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Many institutions collaborate to identify effective medicinal plants against HIV, worms and tuberculosis and to recommend their cultivation.
With a total contribution of 240 million Euro to date, Germany is already the largest donor to the Fund, writes the German Environment Ministry (BMU).
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has launched a long-term Africa initiative, writes the TUM.
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