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Misinformation about COVID-19 is a global problem. Now a project by Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is using basic mobile phones to provide reliable information.

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Forestry

Together with representatives of the ten countries around the Congo Basin rainforest, Germany’s Development Minister Gerd Müller has signed a declaration for better protection of the tropical rainforests worldwide. The…

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Education

Since 2008, Switzerland has supported the Global Partnership for Education, the largest global fund dedicated to strengthening education in low-income countries. But what exactly is Swiss international cooperation (SDC)…

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Value chains

According to a study by OECD for Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, over 66 per cent of total employment in West Africa is in the food economy. Out of these 82 million people 78 per cent…

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Health

Supported by numerous international partners, Germany’s Federal Government initiated an International Alliance against Health Risks in Wildlife Trade in July.

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Digitisation

Contrary to promises of digitalisation eradicating widespread problems in the land sector such as corruption and insecure landed property relations, a new FIAN survey shows how digital technologies can further encourage…

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ICT

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is supporting smallholders in Africa with geospatial data from the Airbus subsidiary UP42. With this measure, the two partners seek to promote start-ups…

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Agribusiness

With the founding of DLG Thai, the German Agricultural Society (DLG) International is expanding its activities in one of the most important markets in Southeast Asia. The DLG seeks to make its expertise available to the…

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The COVID-19 crisis is pushing millions of people back into poverty, making the commitment to a better future even more urgent. The Swiss development organisation Helvetas saw record donations and supported over five…

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ICT

Electric devices are accessible to billions of people. To include women farmers in using these technologies the Competitive African Rice initiative (CARI) has trained mainly female extension workers in Nigeria in using…

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