1. Foreign Minister Gabriel with refugees from South Sudan Foreign Minister Gabriel visits Uganda
  2. Afrika kommt! participants in Berlin, Germany Promoting and networking: "Afrika kommt!"
  3. German Weeks 2017 in Namibia
Foreign Minister Gabriel with refugees from South Sudan

Foreign Minister Gabriel visits Uganda

German Foreign Minister Gabriel wants to provide even more support to Uganda. War and starvation have driven more than 1.3 million people from South Sudan across the border to Uganda. The neighbouring country’s willingness to help has so far managed to prevent an even greater migration crisis.

Afrika kommt! participants in Berlin, Germany

Promoting and networking: "Afrika kommt!"

With the Afrika Kommt! initiative, German companies are fostering young talents from African business with a one‑year stay in Germany. The German Foreign Office gave young African professionals a send-off.

German Weeks 2017 in Namibia

The many facets of German culture and German-Namibian cooperation will be on showcase throughout Namibia in September. With the German Weeks 2017, the German Embassy Windhoek is organizing a range of cultural and other events illustrating German-Namibian relations. The events are planned throughout the country from September 15 to October 7.

I am Science Project

Stimulating Curiosity in Science - I am Science

A major contributor to the gender digital divide is inequitable access to education for girls - and this gap has increased in developing countries since 2013. With the "I Am Science" project, Goethe-Institut is introducing a video-sharing app that offers step by step instructions for doing fun, safe and easy science activities at home, and the chance to be rewarded with data and airtime.

Scholarship recipients

African scholars receive Humboldt Foundation scholarships

Since 2009, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has awarded climate protection scholarships to young scientists from emerging markets or developing countries outside Europe. Never before have so many Africans been among the recipients. Of the 19 scholarship holders in 2017-8, 11 are from Africa, five of them women.

German Security Council candidature logo

Germany’s candidacy for a seat on the Security Council in 2019/20

Germany is applying for a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council for the 2019‑2020 term. Germany’s candidacy pursues four key goals: Peace, Justice, Innovation and Partnership.

Jumana Eltgani

“Let’s celebrate our diversities”

Jumana Eltgani from Sudan talks about “aha” moments in Germany and makes a passionate plea for diversity. In 2015, she supported the Nuremberg Human Rights Center within the framework of her CrossCulture fellowship

DW-Trainer John Kizza from Uganda

Meet John Kizza from the DW Akademie Training Training Team

DW Akademie interviewed Mr. Kizza about his work as a trainer in Kampala, Uganda. Get to know more about Deutsche Welle's (DW) local colleagues!

Make it in Germany

The portal for international qualified professionals www.make-it-in-germany.com

www.make-it-in-germany.com is the official multilingual online portal for international qualified professionals. It helps them find out how to make a success of coming to Germany – from preparations in their home countries to arriving and getting settled in.

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