The German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Gerd Müller, unveiled his Government's proposed "Marshall Plan" with Africa at the AfDB on Thursday, saying the Plan can help resolve some of the challenges facing Africa. With the African Union's 2063 Agenda as the framework, Müller said the plan will focus on economic mobilization, education, training and entrepreneurship programmes that would give millions of Africans better prospects that are vital for Africa's future and for Europe and the world. Read more. More on AfDB in this BRIEFING.
German Government Unveils Marshall Plan With AfDB Leadership
African Development Bank, 2 March 2017
Africa is a continent of opportunity facing many challenges that the Plan can help resolve. Focus on entrepreneurship, private sector, renewable energy and green growth. Read more »
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