With Reference to the Negotiation on Development Cooperation between the African Union (AU) and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany which took place in ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, on 18 November 2009, the Government of Germany pledges € 30 million support for African Union. The German delegation emphasized the pivotal role of the AU for the process of African integration and for Africa as a partner in the globalised world. Read more
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 13 November 2009 – The African Union (AU), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) have signed an agreement with the Government of Denmark on the Africa Programme for Peace (APP). The signing ceremony, which took place under the framework of strengthening the African Peace and Security agenda, was held yesterday, Thursday 12 November 2009, at the AU Headquarters, in Addis Ababa. On the occasion of the signing ceremony, H.E Mr. Erastus Mwencha, Deputy Chairperson of the AU Commission, acknowledged the support of the Danish government and the importance of this agreement towards the implementation of peace and security in Africa as well as for institutional capacity building. Read more
Monday, 30 November 2009 10:25 President John Evans Atta-Mills has said the level of Science and Technology Education in the country is low despite the introduction of the subjects into the curricula of basic schools, under the Educational Reform of 1987, and the establishment of some resource centres at the senior high level. He identified the lack of well-equipped laboratories and workshops, inadequate qualified teachers, lack of incentives for teachers and the misconception that Science and Technology are difficult subjects as some of the challenges that need to be addressed to improve the situation. Read more
Addis Ababa, 6 November 2009 - A high level visit took place at the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa on 5th and 6th November 2009, between the European Commission (EC) and the African Union Commission (AUC). The purpose of the meeting was to exchange views about developments taking place and to take stock of the implementation of the EC-AUC Memorandum of Understanding with a view to further improving it. On the occasion of this visit, Mrs. I. Souka, Director General (EC) and Dr. Abdul Hakim, Director of Administration and Human Resource Development (AUC) signed an Agreement on implementation of the Commission of the European Communities-African Union Commission Action Plan for the exchange of officials, as well as a Joint Action Plan for Administrative Cooperation (2010). Most of the activities identified in the Action plan centre on capacity building through sharing, learning, benchmarking and direct training. The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Mr. H. Hololei, Chief of Cabinet of Vice President of the European Commission and Mr. Erastus Mwencha, Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission.
The Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC), Mr. Jean Ping, this morning, Friday 13 November 2009, received in audience a high level delegation of Chinese officials, in his office at the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Chinese delegation was led by Mr. Shao Zhanwei, Special Adviser of the Governor of the Wenzhou Province. The officials held a working session with the AUC Chairperson in the presence, notably, of the Commissioner for Trade and Industry of the AU, Mrs. Elizabeth Tankeu. Une séance de travail conjointe a été organisée à cette occasion, en présence notamment de Mme Elizabeth Tankeu, Commissaire en charge du Commerce et de l’industrie. Discussions at the meeting centered on the need to reinforce cooperation ties between China and the African Union Commission, and how to improve the scope for partnership in the different areas of cooperation. The participation of the African Union Commission to the 2010 Shanghai exhibition was also discussed during the meeting.
Our Aims and ObjectivesThe Aim of the AFRICAN EUROPEAN CO-OPERATION GERMANY e. V. is the Promotion of the Relationships and Co-Operations between the people of Africa, and the people of Europe, such as the people of Germany, in a balanced and peaceful joint- working- Co-Operations for the Stability of Balance in African European Co-Operations. Click here to read more
The AFRICAN EUROPEAN CO-OPERATION GERMANY e. V. shall carry out its work and Activities selflessly, its Educational Trainings, and Seminar Opportunities are open to all Citizen, and shall be generally accessible, the given objectives shall be followed in such a manner that the European and African Co-operations-Structures and the networks of Private- Persons, Business Men and Women, Institutions, and Public-Servants, shall be approached in a selfless manner for the Public Welfare.
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In this 21st Century, many parts of African Nations, Asia and India have little or no access to clean Water-Resources. Dirty Water creates a condition which is suitable for breeding and out-break of Diseases. Our World is inter-connected and interdependent, in that sense, that the possibilities of Diseases spreading from one Continent into another Continent have manifested themselves repeatedly in many ugly circumstances. Therefore join AFRICAN EUROPEAN CO-OPERATION GERMANY e. V. to promote Clean-Water-Projects for the provision and availability of Clean-Water to the needed Communities.
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