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Seven top experts reflect on health and climate change

Date November 29, 2022
A diverse group of researchers, activists, programme managers and practitioners from different sectors and parts of the world grappled with the question: ‘How can a holistic understanding of health guide…

Priscilla Mubanga, the head teacher at Mumana Basic School

A new momentum for healthy, green schools in Lusaka

Date November 8, 2022
Since the start of the COVID pandemic, the Safe Back to School campaign has shown what’s possible when people come together around a shared aim. As COVID recedes, the campaign’s…

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WHS 2022: Happy Birthday, BACKUP Health!

Date October 29, 2022
In high spirits and festive atmosphere, representatives of BMZ, Global Fund, BACKUP partners, WHS delegates and BACKUP team members celebrated 20 years of BACKUP’s unique way of delivering technical assistance…

Panel discussion, chaired by Dr Anshu Banerjee, Director, Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health and Ageing, World Health Organization (WHO)

WHS 2022: Debating the place of SRHR in achieving ‘health for all’

Date October 27, 2022
In the context of the triple crisis of climate change, conflict and pandemics, development leaders and young people discuss the importance of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) as…

Map of the German Last Mile Initiative

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Turning vaccines into vaccinations

Across the world, turning vaccines into vaccinations remains a challenge. As part of its G7 Presidency in 2022, Germany supports vaccine logistics and vaccination campaigns with its Last Mile Initiative, including through bilateral projects of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Explore this interactive map to learn more.


Map of German-supported digital health solutions

German development cooperation aims at enabling its partner countries to realise the full potential of digital technology in building scalable, sustainable and interoperable digital health systems.

This map shows the digital health solutions Germany currently supports in its partner countries.

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On Healthy DEvelopments development practitioners working in BMZ-funded projects share innovative approaches, tried and tested interventions, and insights generated in response to development challenges. 

Healthy DEvelopments acknowledges that development initiatives unfold in complex environments and that programmes and projects need to continuously adapt and respond to the dynamics and conditions of their local contexts.

We aim to accompany and document incremental learning processes, moving away from ‘best practices’ towards ‘learning from implementation’ as a basis for adaptive, locally-defined solutions.

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