Media Response to the Marshall Plan with Africa
How does the national and international media react to the Marshall Plan with Africa?
Germany, Kenya to launch a regional science university – universityworldnews.com on 14 February 2017
Kenya and Germany are to establish an East African-German University of Sciences. The new institution will respond to education and training requirements across the region. The scheme was announced at the German-African Business Summit in Nairobi earlier this month.
Germany urges more investments in Africa – dw.com on 10 February 2017
Germany’s Development Minister Gerd Müller has called for more German engagement in Africa as the German-African Business Summit concludes in Nairobi. He argues that investments help reduce poverty.
Germany's 'Marshall Plan' for Africa – atlanticcouncil.org on 23 January 2017
The German government unveiled its ambitious on January 18 with the twin objectives of increasing trade and development on the continent and hopefully reducing mass migration flows north across the Mediterranean.
Germany's 'Marshall Plan' for Africa unveiled – dw.com on 19 January 2017
German Development Minister Gerd Müller has presented a much anticipated new strategy on relations with African countries. He's proposing a new level of development cooperation, as Daniel Pelz reports from Berlin.
African leaders give Germany's Marshall Plan a 'thumbs up' - dw.com on 19 January 2017
Germany's Marshall Plan, which calls for an equal partnership to industrialize Africa, has received positive feedback among African business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos. But some are a bit wary.
Africa has mixed reaction to Germany’s ‘Marshall Plan’ - euractive.com on 7 December 2016
Germany’s planned ‘Marshall Plan’ for Africa has been greeted with both optimism and skepticism, with its supporters hailing it as a cure for Africa’s age old development problems and its critics questioning Germany’s true intentions.