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The German Embassy remains closed on 26. November 2014 due to an internal event.
Joint commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I
On the occasion of armistice day 2014 and to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, the diplomatic missions of France, Germany, United Kingdom, United States Australia and Canada, in concert with the Government of Ghana co-host the screening of the documentary Apocalypse World War I and the film “Joyeux Noel”.
“By pledging over 108,7 Mio EUR, Germany has recognized that Ebola is a threat to international security” German Ambassador Rüdiger John said at a National Stakeholders Forum on Ghana´s preparedness and response towards the Ebola virus disease on November 4th 2014.
Ambassador John speaks at Ebola Preparedness Meeting
Ghanaian government and Development partners commit US$ 230.2 million
(© German Embassy)
On Thursday, August 14th 2014 the Minister of Local government, Hon. Julius Debrah; Deputy Minister of Finance Hon. Mr. Cassiel Ato Forson and the key development partners in decentralisation, namely Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, and Switzerland (SECO) signed a Letter of Intent that sets the next five years of support to the District Development Facility (DDF) until 2018.
Press Release [pdf, 186.44k]
In spring 2014 the German Embassy in Accra promoted a workshop of the HADUWA Arts & Culture Institute. Sponsored by means of its Cultural Fund the workshop aimed to teach students, artists and artisans from Ghana, Germany and Austria the processing of bamboo for environmentally sustainable construction.
German and Ghanaian culture meets in Apam