Uganda: Supporting innovative radio formats for youths
Ugandan journalist Moses Odokonyero is travelling the country, looking for creative youth radio projects and conducting a survey on the innovations and challenges for Ugandan media projects. The journalist is currently travelling the country on behalf of DW Akademie.
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Development Minister Müller visits Senegal, Niger, Rwanda to strenghten prospects for young Africans
German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Müller travelled to Senegal, Niger and Rwanda. The main focus of the visit was to create more and better prospects for young people in African nations, as they are countries of origin and transit countries for refugees.
Nigerian writer Abubakar Adam Ibrahim has been selected as the 2016 winner of the Goethe-Institut & Sylt Foundation African Writer's Residency Award (AWRA). Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, who lives in Abuja in Nigeria, will take up the residency at the Sylt Foundation's headquarters in 2017.
Germany provides support to help former Al-Shabaab fighters to return to their communities and to economic life. Armed conflicts between the security forces and the terrorist militia Al-Shabaab have shattered Somalia in the past.
During a visit of the memorial to the more than 800,000 victims of the genocide that took place in Rwanda 22 years ago, German Development Minister Müller paid tribute to the country and its tremendous achievement of reconciliation.
Germany will increase its cooperation with Senegal in the area of skills development in various trades. This is also to help create better opportunities for returnees. German Minister Gerd Müller met with Senegal's President Macky Sall, in Dakar last week.
The Gamescom video game trade fair takes over Cologne this week from August 17 to 21. A major theme of the event will be virtual reality gaming.
Bärbel Kofler, German Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid at the German Foreign Office expresses concern about the unrest in Ethiopia and appeals to enter into an inclusive dialogue.
There is a high youth unemployment rate in Gabon, making it difficult for the youth to find jobs, entrepreneur Willy Asseko is changing that with his entrepreneurial start-up and youth initiative in Gabon.
The Bayern defender has been named as player of the year in an award voted for by German sports journalists. He is the first defender to win the honor since 1997. Manager Dirk Schuster was also acknowledged.