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Cocoa is an important product in western and central Africa. Together with various partners, German development agency GIZ has developed a training programme to help smallholders farm their land sustainably, the agency writes.
German Cooperation has developed a short-term training in “Gender Responsive Human Resources for Health Planning, Development and Management.” The training was used to train human resources managers of Liberia’s Ministry of Health, writes Healthy DEvelopments.
The Prince Claus Fund and Gerda Henkel Foundation have a Joint call for papers for its dynamic programme.
A German Foreign Office spokesperson issued the following statement on stepping up assistance measures to combat the world’s second largest outbreak of Ebola:
On behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation (BMZ), German Development Bank KfW is providing 14 million Euro for various reconstruction measures in Mozambique following the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai, writes KfW.
Minister of State for International Cultural Policy Michelle Müntefering issued the following statement on 16 May on the decision by the board of trustees of the German Historical Museum about the return the Stone Cross of Cape Cross to Namibia.
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