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The Niederwalddenkmal monument located in the Niederwald Landscape park, near Rüdesheim am Rhein

DW - New Multimedia Project "Along the Rhine"

DW's new multimedia project puts spotlight on the Rhine: With a variety of videos, picture galleries and reports, Deutsche Welle's multimedia project "Along the Rhine" invites users to an interactive tour along Germany’s longest river.

Young Travellers in Germany

There's a new app from the German National Tourism Board designed for the younger generation. It promises Germany's most exciting sights even closer – right into the smartphone in your pocket. With it users can browse favourite must-sees and post about their own experiences.

Africa and Germany

Click on the title to read the full story with an African and German focus

Nov 20, 2014 11:53 AM

Over 120 million Euro committed for Zambia’s development

Germany has committed funding of 123.5 million Euro (approx. 980 million kwacha) for Zambia’s development until 2016. The two governments signed the funding protocol at the successful conclusion of intergovernmental negotiations which took place November 18-19 in Lusaka.

Nov 20, 2014 9:21 AM

Germany commits 1.1 million Euro for vocational training

Germany has committed to financing a Vocational Training Partnership with Kenya that aims at providing trainings to graduates of high schools and universities to prepare them for the job market. In the initial phase of the programme to 2017, the project will receive funding in the amount of over 1.1 million Euro.

Nov 18, 2014 1:06 PM

East Africa regional summit to stop Poaching

The Tanzanian Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism in partnership with the ICCF Group and UNDP recently hosted the “Regional Summit to Stop Wildlife Crime and Advance Wildlife Conservation” in Arusha. Eight African nations attended. Germany further committed to supporting trans-border areas and collaboration in the region.