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The measures aim to enable the local population and refugees – around 1.1 million people – to coexist peacefully in the crowded cities, writes KfW.
The International Conference on Libya was held in Palermo on November 12 and 13. The conference underscored the international community’s resolve to support the work of UN Special Representative Ghassan Salamé, writes the German Foreign Office.
At the Goethe-Institut’s Tashweesh Festival, artists and intellectuals from North Africa, Europe and the Middle East met to discuss stereotypical gender images. After Brussels, the mammoth project stopped in Cairo for a week and brought together feminist positions, writes the Goethe-Institut.
Germany has stepped up its humanitarian assistance considerably in recent years. The report sheds light on priorities and focus regions and provides background information, writes the German Foreign Office.
With the support of German development agency GIZ, more and more farmers in Tanzania are turning to organic cotton farming, which enables them to increase their yields and protect the environment, writes GIZ.
Berlin-based music school Global Music Academy and the Music Crossroads Academy of Zimbabwe launched two documentations in Zimbabwe to preserve ancient music cultures, writes Fanuel Jongwe.
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