German Development Cooperation
Development cooperation is one of the most important areas of German-Ghanaian relations. All efforts are informed by the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals. O...
German Ghanaian Development Cooperation
Launch of Co-Financing for Technical and Vocational Training by EU and Germany
The GIZ and the European Union (EU) launched the third phase of the Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI III) at a signing ceremony at the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) in Accra on 23rd May 2017. The initiative whose total cost is EUR 10.769 Million, seeks to improve the quality of the traditional apprenticeship system in the informal sector in Ghana.
The ceremony was attended by H. E Christoph Retzlaff, the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Ghana, H.E. William Hanna, the Ambassador of the European Union to Ghana, Dr. Fred Asamoah, the Executive Director of COTVET, Alan Walsch, the Country Director of GIZ, and other GSDI partners.
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View some of the recent projects and events to get an idea of the richness of Germany's developing cooperation in Ghana.
Recent Projects and Events
The programme of small scale projects of the German Embassy provides funds to local beneficiaries under the aspect of social, humanitarian and charitable assistance. Its target group are underprivileged in the society. Small scale projects do not form part of current projects of development cooperation; they are independent projects funded from their initial stage to final completion.
Small Scale Projects
The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety with a view to supporting the implementation of Agenda 2030, Technische Universität Dresden...
Four Environmental Management courses in 2017/18