Video: Bringing power to Africa | DW English

Torsten Schreiber is a German entrepreneur who is bringing transportable solar power plants to remote villages in various African countries – including crisis regions. A portrait of an entrepreneur with a mission. Source: DW English Published: 18.04.2018 ->>>>><<<<-

100&Change | The Carter Center Takes Aim at a Big Fish — By Frank Richards

There’s a famous line in the movie “Jaws” – after the stunned sheriff sees the monster shark for the first time, he says to the shark hunter: “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” Dr. Frank Richards leads the Carter Center’s efforts to eliminate river blindness (also known as onchocerciasis), a parasitic disease transmitted by the…

G20 Africa Partnership Conference: Investing in a common future | Plan to explore new investment opportunities on the African continent

Many countries in Africa are already strong political and economic partners of the G20. The world’s leading economies want to use a conference being held under Germany’s G20 Presidency to explore new options for boosting sustainable economic growth, investment and stability in Africa. The G20 Africa Partnership aims to promote the use of renewable energies…

Germany to digitalise Africa with start up with 100 Million Euro | After Minister Gerd Müller’s “Marshall Plan with Africa”, Minister Brigitte Zypries Bringing in Digitalisation Programme

Brigitte Zypries, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy 2017 could be the year of the African continent. Many countries have launched programmes with which they hope to support Africa. For example, Africa is one of the focal points of the German G20 Presidency in 2017. At the beginning of the year, German Federal Minister…

The Business of Education in Africa – report launch | The Roll of Aga Khan Education service in the Continent

Path-breaking report launched at World Economic Forum demonstrates the importance of private education in addressing the continent’s education crisis. New study demonstrates the importance of private education in addressing the continent’s education crisis. Photo Credit: http://edafricareport.caeruscapital.co/ Despite extraordinary gains in access, tens of millions of African children and young people do not have access to…