Web portal: Healthy DEvelopments
The web portal Healthy DEvelopments is online at health.bmz.de. This microsite showcases Germany's commitment to health and social protection in partner countries world-wide. It covers news from German-supported programmes and relevant conferences as well as innovative methods and tools, good practices and topics for discussion by health and social protection exports. Since the portal aims to reach interested development practitioners worldwide it reports in English rather than in German. And for each of its news items, tools and videos, it invites visitors to comment, thus providing a platform for lively debate on current challenges and promising practices for partner countries' health and social protection systems.
Curious? Check it out at Healthy DEvelopments
New issues page
We have restructured our website to make some content more accessible to you. You can now access "issues” and "countries" directly via the main horizontal navigation at the top of the page. All further information on the work of the BMZ can be found under "Ministry".
We have also redesigned our issues overview page. You can now comfortably navigate via the A to Z register or use the new topic search. Find the new overview page here.
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Thanks for your input
With the publication of the 'Cornerstones for a Marshall Plan with Africa', the BMZ launched a discussion on the future cooperation with the continent. Until February 26, there was the opportunity to participate in the discussion about our proposed ideas and solutions.
On our website alone, the Marshall Plan with Africa was viewed more than 25,000 times. On the BMZ Facebook page, the plan has been shared 378 times so far and commented on more than 400 times. In total, we reached around 137,000 people via Facebook.
We would like to thank all the participants and will now evaluate the numerous comments and feedback and integrate them into the further development of the Marshall Plan with Africa. The consultations are now continuing at the international political level.
The current state of our draft can be found here.