Welcome to the bavarian office for africa
The Bavarian Office for Africa serves as the official interdepartmental representation of the Free State of Bavaria (Germany) on the African continent. In line with Bavaria’s core competencies, it promotes future-oriented partnerships between Bavarian and African actors specifically in the fields of:
The Bavarian Office for Africa develops ideas for new partnerships, coordinates existing activities, and serves as a competent interlocutor for actors from both sides. It also monitors political, economic, and social developments at the African Union and maintains contacts with institutions and representatives in Addis Ababa and across the continent.
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A German contribution to the AU Year of Arts, Culture & Heritage – Bavarian-African Fashion Show NOH NEE Dirndl à l’africaine
As part of the celebrations for the African Union’s Year of Arts, Culture and Heritage 2021, the Bavarian Office for Africa and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Addis Ababa cordially invite to a unique and exclusive fashion show at the crossroads of Bavarian and African influences.
How far has the African Free Continental Trade Area (AfCFTA) moved from negotiation to implementation and what does this mean for the private sector? This is the lead question to a high-level hybrid event co-organised by the Bavarian Office for Africa which brings together stakeholders from the African Union, the AfCFTA
On November 2021, Sigurd Rothe, the head of the Bavarian Office for Africa in Addis Abeba, paid a visit to Rawan Bassam, the Country Director of Start-up Haus Cairo. They
Conceptualizing a future Bavarian-African education program on Africa – Survey results and “afriZert” Certificate Program
The Bavarian Office for Africa, and the Scientific Coordination Office (WKS) Bavaria-Africa, in collaboration with the Institute of African Studies at the University of Bayreuth conducted a expert survey to
In February, the Bavarian Africa Office visited Bayern International – Sigurd Rothe, Tsion Kifle Andee, Selome Dereje Getahun and Paul Marques exchanged views with Martina Maschauer and Christian Weber, among