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Foreign Minister Heiko Maas made the following statement on Germany’s election to the UN Human Rights Council today (17 October).
In the first project of its kind in Malawi, a German development cooperation programme is helping to get health facilities in Dedza district connected to the national digital network, writes the BMZ.
InsuResilience Solutions Fund supports the development and introduction of drought insurance for small farmers, writes German development bank KfW.
Where do they belong? Ownership claims to cultural assets from the colonial period are often controversial and negotiating possible restitution is frequently a fraught and drawn-out process. Germany is taking some initial steps towards a resolution, writes Wolfgang Mulke for the Goethe-Institut.
Here's how a Kenyan agricultural economist at Bonn University is helping people in Africa by their own means – and protecting the climate at the same time, writes Deutschland.de.
Be it UN-led peace missions or joint local projects in the Lake Chad region: only close multilateral cooperation can resolve crises, writes the German Foreign Office.
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