Language and Culture
Promotion of the German Language
Learning German has become increasingly popular during recent years. Around 15.4 million people are currently learning German as a foreign language around the world.
Cooperation partners for promoting German worldwide are the Goethe-Institut, the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and the Educational Exchange Service (PAD).
The “Schools: Partners for the Future” initiative launched by the Federal Foreign Office in 2008 has built up a worldwide network of partner schools. In Malawi the Bambino Private School is one of these PASCH schools.
Partner school in Malawi: Bambino Private School
Education creates prospects - multilingualism opens new horizons. At our partner schools abroad we not only desire to provide students with access to the German language and education system, we also want to generate interest in and understanding for one another.
The "Schools: Partners for the Future" initiative launched by the Federal Foreign Office in 2008 has built up a worldwide network of partner schools to promote the German language. In Lilongwe, the Bambino Private School is the only school in Malawi where students can learn the German language.
Twin Cities Hannover - Blantyre
Hannover and Blantyre became twin cities in April 1968 on the initiative of what is now known as Freundeskreis Malawi e.V.
There are numerous municipal, cooperative projects dealing with development work between the two cities. Hannover is also supporting the annaual Blantyre Arts Festival.
Read more on the Twin Cities Hannover-Blantyre
IFA - Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations
The Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, ifa) is an organization operating worldwide to promote artistic exchange and dialogue between civil societies and to provide information about foreign cultural policy.
Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa)
The Alumniportal Deutschland is a social network designed to promote networking and sharing of information among Germany-Alumni, companies, universities and organisations. It offers a platform for individuals from around the world, who have studied, worked or conducted research in Germany, and companies who wish to stay or get in touch with Germany-Alumni.
The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB)
The German Olympic Sports Confederation (Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund, DOSB) is the non-governmental umbrella organization of German sport. It was founded on May 20, 2006, resulting from the merger of the German Sports Confederation (DSB) and the National Olympic Committee for Germany. The DOSB stands for performance, health, joy of living and the conveyance of values.
Der Deutsche Olympische Sportbund (DOSB)