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A Marshall Plan with Africa

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We need a paradigm shift; we have to realise that Africa is not the continent of cheap commodities but that the people of Africa need infrastructure and a future.
German Development Minister Gerd Müller

With the publication of the 'Cornerstones of a Marshall Plan with Africa', the Federal Development Ministry kicked off a discussion about what its cooperation with Africa should look like in the future. The African partner countries with which Germany is engaged in development cooperation, as well as the private sector and academia, the churches, society and policymakers, were all invited to discuss the ideas and solutions proposed in the Marshall Plan and to help develop them further.

Thank you very much for the many valuable contributions to this discussion!

We are now evaluating the comments and suggestions we received via email, post or the website. They will be then incorporated into the next version of the Marshall Plan with Africa.


Click here to read our draft (as at January 2017) or here to download the file (PDF 1.3 MB).

Sie finden die deutsche Fassung (Stand Januar 2017) des Marshallplan mit Afrika hier (PDF 1,6 MB).

Vous trouvez la version française (mise à jour du janvier 2017) du Plan Marshall avec l'Afrique ici (PDF 1,7 MB).


The plan is divided into the following chapters (as at January 2017):


See also


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