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It is our pleasure to introduce to you our work and activities in Rwanda and assist you with useful information about Germany.
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Several thousand people visited the 2nd edition of the German Christmas market in Kigali, this year at the SOS Hermann-Gmeiner Primary School grounds in Kacyiru.
The International Coaching Course (ITK) is part of the foreign cultural and educational policy of the Federal Republic of Germany, since 1991 it has been funded by the German Foreign Office.
After the conclusion of this year's Tour du Rwanda, the German Ambassador and his wife welcomed Team Bike Aid (Germany), Tirol Cycling Team (Austria) and team Kenyan Riders Safaricom (Kenya) to a very informal cocktail at the German Residence. Invited were in particular sports and cycle enthusiasts, who celebrated among others BIKE AID’s cyclist Suleiman Kangangi from Kenya, making it to the podium as overall number three.
Call for Applications
Applications for the 10th intake of the bilingual Master’s Program "International Media Studies" will be accepted until 31st March 2018.
At 9:00AM on 6 November the Water! Walk with Viva con Agua started from Inema Arts Center with 30 runners from Rwanda, the East African Community and Europe. Ambassador Woeste has met with them shortly before their departure. The participants of the walk are expected in Kampala on 3 December after a 550km long walk.
The Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative, known as DAFI, offers higher education scholarships to refugees so that they can attend university in the countries where they have sought asylum. Refugees in Ruanda can eligible for that programme. The scholarships are administered by UNHCR.
Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative (DAFI)
The German Information Centre Africa is part of a network of nine GICs in key regions of German foreign policy. It is designed to enhance the flow of information to those in Africa interested in Germany. The GIC presents today's modern, innovative Germany with its multi-faceted and close links to Africa.
German Information Centre Africa