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08 Dec 2015 description

We the undersigned express our deepest concern at critical and growing shortages of essential and lifesaving medicines and supplies at health care facilities across Nepal, as well as ongoing fuel supply issues that are severely impeding service delivery and the ability to access these services. In recognition of the right to timely access to quality health care services, as enshrined in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and as detailed in the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights General Comment No.

27 Dec 2005 description

Good progress in the reconstruction of homes, schools and health centres

Donation of EUR 1 million from KfW Bankengruppe to be used for vocational training centres in Banda Aceh and fishermen in Sri Lanka

On behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) KfW Entwicklungsbank supports a number of medium to long-term reconstruction projects in Indonesia and Sri Lanka, the countries most severely affected by the devastating tsunami in southeast Asia.

06 Jan 2005 description

Reconstruction Aid of the German Federal Government hailed

KfW Bankengruppe is donating EUR 1 million for emergency social measures following the disastrous underwater earthquake in Southeast Asia.

31 Mar 2004 description

Better living conditions are the cornerstone of democracy and peace

KfW Entwicklungsbank (KfW development bank) has been financing the reconstruction of Afghanistan on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) since December 2001. Its commitment focuses on relieving the serious hardships that the people are facing and on improving their living conditions. At the same time, it is concentrating on initiating the long-term reconstruction of the country.

28 Jan 2003 description

Progress is visible, but the road is long

07 Nov 2002 description

Microentrepreneurs and homebuilders obtain access to credit through partner banks

KfW, the German federal government and other bilateral and multilateral donors have taken an innovative path in order to help form and rebuild Southeast Europe's financial landscape. Important innovations supported by development cooperation include micro-credit banks and modern refinancing instruments for banks and non-governmental organizations.

The goal of a symposium organized jointly by KfW and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with Ingrid …

18 Oct 2002 description

On the Occasion of today's Ibero-America Conference with Central American Heads of State in Bonn

On the fringes of today's Ibero-America Conference, for which five heads of state from Central America have travelled to Bonn, member of KfW's Board of Managing Directors Wolfgang Kroh and the Salvadorian Minister of Foreign Affairs Maria Eugenia Brizoela de Avila have signed two agreements for new projects under German Financial Cooperation with El Salvador for a total amount of EUR 10.3 million.The first project involves a financial contribution in the amount of EUR 6 million …

02 Aug 2002 description

EUR 10 million for District Heating in Serbia, EUR 5 million in Emergency Aid for Power in Kosovo

Today a financing agreement amounting to EUR 10 million was concluded in Belgrade between KfW, the Serb government and the suppliers of district heating in Belgrade, Nis and Novi Sad.

14 Mar 2002 description

Hamid Karsai, leader of the interim government of Afghanistan, will visit KfW during his official visit to Berlin: Tomorrow, Friday, Hamid Karsai and his delegation will visit KW's Berlin Branch for talks with Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, and Wolfgang Kroh, member of KfW's board of managing directors. KfW has been present in Kabul since the beginning of January to support the Afghan interim government in the reconstruction of the country.

11 Feb 2002 description

One year ago, on 13th February 2001, El Salvador was shaken by a strong earthquake with an intensitiy of 6.6 on the Richter scale. It wars the second earthquake within four weeks. Both earthquakes claimed over 1000 lives and left more than 8000 people wounded in El Salvador. Around 1.5 million people, one-fifth of the entire population, lost their homes. Particularly in the poor rural regions of El Salvador, people lost everything to the earthquakes.