The INGO – International Non-Governmental Organization – Diplomats International is also active in Africa. Projects in Mozambique, Congo, Kenya, Namibia and Uganda need support.
Commitment in Africa – a continent that must not be forgotten.
Because Africa was such a significant contributor to our wealth, we as Europeans have a unique responsibility towards the continent. The INGO DMW is playing its part.
Children in particular deserve a future that is worth living.
Education and training projects are needed to provide them with the skills they need to live independent lives.
Chairman Günther Meinel and board member Udo Stocker have been invited to attend the international conference on economic development in Africa on 25 May 2012.
Projects on development and training in the services sector with a view to building up the tourism industry in the Congo are in preparation.
People are being offered a wide range of courses to train as service staff. Designers, retailers, business planners, florists, chefs, restaurateurs and gardeners and their trainers are being trained.
In Mozambique, the agronomic and veterinary conditions for the establishment of hygienic and ecological livestock breeding are being taught and stockbreeders are being trained in veterinary aseptic livestock breeding.
Das Projekt der Wasserbüffelzucht, die über nun drei Generationen seuchenfrei sogar den Fleischbedarf decken und durch eine technologische Verarbeitung den Export stabilisieren, ist ein Gewinn für die Landbevölkerung geschaffen.
Discussions with the President of the European Investment Bank, Dr. Werner Hoyer, have raised new hopes for development projects in Africa.
Initial discussions on development projects took place 12 years ago with Dr. Hoyer, who at the time was a Minister of State.
A number of energy projects in Namibia have also been agreed by the Chairman of INGO Diplomats International.
Why does Africa need help now?
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