German-Rwandan Partnership Agrement
Ambassador Dr. Peter Woeste met new Amavubi head coach Antoine Hey in his office on March, 22nd 2017. Antoine Hey is German National and will train the Rwandan national team on a one-year-contract as part of a Rwandan-German Partnership Agrement. Mr. Hey is tasked to qualify Rwanda for the next African Cup.
The German Embassy's fund for micro projects 2017 is now open for applications.
Deadline for the submission of applications is 31st March 2017!
Micro Projects 2017
On 7 March 2017 Transparency International Rwanda launched successfully its Analysis of the Auditor General’s reports of decentralized entities for the fiscal year that ended on 30th June 2015.
Transparency International Rwanda
For the first time a world brand opted for Rwanda as investment location. The German Volkswagen company, the world’s biggest car manufacturer, will open a base in Rwanda.
Volkswagen in Rwanda
Germany invests 32,5 million Euros in the rehabilitation and privatization of the hydropower stations Ruzizi I und Ruzizi II at the border between Rwanda, Burundi and the DR Congo.
Grant of 32,5 million Euros
Interview with European Times
In an interview Ambassador Woeste explained to the European Times why Germany is Rwanda's preferred partner for many development programs.
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