Africa Frist Network works with renowned partners for Africa: Governments, investment authorities, business associations, academia, chambers, embassies, renowned non-governmental organisations and foundations. We are constantly expanding the network.
Enactus is active in 35 countries worldwide and, with over 37,000 students, is one of the largest global student organizations. In Germany, around 1,700 students from a wide range of academic disciplines at 34 universities are involved. Enactus offers national as well as international exchange around projects, startup foundation, further education and professional development. Through individual events, Enactus offers the unique opportunity to build friendships and make initial contacts in the business world.
“The Hunger Project Germany has been working in authentic partnership for the sustainable end of hunger and poverty around the globe for 40 years. As part of the global network The Hunger Project (THP) we are committed to achieving the sustainable end of hunger by 2030.”
The betterECO B2B platform is the key to being fast and effective in production, delivering quality and keeping risks low. Our focus is on promoting environmentally friendly, sustainable and socially responsible agriculture and processing of raw materials according to the most well-known organic, social and quality standards.
Our own operational Development Cooperation portfolio includes hands-on water-, clean energy-, and e-mobility-based projects with a social entrepreneurial focus, as well as numerous initiatives supporting social entrepreneurs in emerging economies. From mentoring and networking to knowledge transfer and access to finance, we either implement our own projects together with partners while also supporting selected social enterprises in developing and emerging countries.
Messe München is one of the largest trade fair companies worldwide and facility operator of the Munich exhibition grounds, the ICM – Internationales Congress Center and the MOC Veranstaltungscenter München. With a staff of around 1,100 employees, we organize and hold international flagship trade shows and conventions, and we host guest events, annual general meetings and corporate events including conferences and trainings in our various locations.
The Bavarian Industry Association (vbw—Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e. V.) is the voluntary, cross-industrial, interest group of Bavarian industry. We represent the interests of the Bavarian industry and provide support through our expertise and experience, our partners and networks as well as through our projects, programmes and our comprehensive range of services.
We are a network for companies, their managers, institutions and self-employed people who want to actively shape economic life in Bavaria. In the Export Club, they find the opportunity to exchange ideas, establish and expand contacts and initiate business.
Enabling encounters – shaping them together: The DAFG e.V. sees itself as a platform for German-Arab exchange, arranging contacts and organising events on all aspects of German-Arab relations.
The EMA is a regional association for German businesspeople and entrepreneurs engaged in fostering cooperation and international understanding between Germany, Europe, and the Mediterranean and Middle East region. It connects economic, political, and academic decision makers and multipliers from a variety of countries and sectors.
The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences has been active on the African continent since 2005 and has integrated all activities in research, teaching, learning, innovation and transfer in the Africa Institute. The cooperation with African partners focuses on practice-oriented and interdisciplinary projects in the fields of health management, entrepreneurship, decentralised electrification, circular ecenomy, logistics and resource management as well as commercialization of research.
Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf’s Centre for International Affairs brings together the International Office, Funding and Career Service (IFC), the Language Centre and the HSWT International School. Its primary function is to strategise and coordinate internationalisation efforts at the university and it operates within the framework of the ‘HSWT goes International’ strategy.
nnovation ecosystems, knowledge transfer and competence centers worldwide. TUM International was created in 2007 as a subsidiary of the Technical University (TU) Munich, which ranks among ETUM International GmbH is a leading consultant for, developer, and manager of scientific sites, iurope’s most outstanding universities in innovation and research.
TUM without borders – Development cooperation at TUM. Development cooperation projects at TUM are multifaceted, involve a wide variety of fields, and are run by local partners around the entire world. For example, employees and students are involved in the construction of an innovative school auditorium in Tanzania, and medical students are working on humanitarian initiatives.
The members of the One World Network Bavaria e.V. want to win more people to orient their thinking and actions towards responsibility for the One World. They inform about the causes and backgrounds of global problems. Through information and educational events, actions, campaigns and lobbying, the members of the One World Network repeatedly ask our society about the sustainability of our way of life.
The Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSS) has been involved in International Cooperation for more than 40 years, with special focus on development cooperation, and is active in around 80 projects in more than 50 countries. Together with local partners, we implement projects in the areas of political consulting and political education. In doing so, equal-footing cooperation and our partners’ independence and self-responsibility is of particular concern to us.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a registered association that exclusively pursues non-profit purposes. Over 1000 colleagues in more than 100 offices worldwide take care of projects in around 120 countries; in their host countries they advocate for democracy, rule of law, freedom and a social market economy and promote exchange between Germany and the countries of assignment.
We want to contribute to Africa being increasingly perceived as a continent of opportunity. This also requires stronger networking between representatives from politics, business and civil society here in Germany with the respective actors in the individual African countries.
The German Africa Foundation (DAS) is a non-partisan foundation committed to the successful implementation of the Africa policy guidelines of the German Federal Government. As a facilitator, we offer a platform for partnership-based exchange between German and African actors and thus strengthen cooperation with the states and institutions of our neighbouring continent.
The Munich Security Network is an association of companies and research institutions. Objectives: to raise awareness and competence on the topic of IT security, to promote the protection of companies and the public against cyber risks and to make a concrete contribution to promoting innovation and excellence in the field of IT security.
The Munich Security Conference is the world’s leading forum for debating international security policy. It is a venue for diplomatic initiatives to address the world’s most pressing security concerns.
The Investment and Technology Promotion Office in Germany was established in 2017 based on an agreement between UNIDO and the German Federal Government. Its mandate is to foster mutually beneficiary industrial cooperation between enterprises in Germany and in developing countries and economies in transition, with focus on SMEs.
Fußball-Club Bayern, München e. V., FC Bayern München, Bayern München or FC Bayern for short, is a German sports club from the Bavarian capital Munich. It was founded on 27 February 1900 and, with around 293,000 members, is the sports club with the most members in the world.
The Bund Katholischer Unternehmer (BKU) is made up of entrepreneurs, company owners, self-employed people and executives.
We carry ethical values into the economy and its organisations, make our economic expertise available to the Church and carry both into politics and society.
It won’t work without us! DIE FAMILIENUNTERNEHMER is the strong voice of entrepreneurship. We represent the economic policy interests of 180,000 family entrepreneurs in Germany, who employ eight million people subject to social insurance contributions.
The German-African Business Association (AV) is a national, cross-sector foreign trade association for German businesses and institutions which are interested in economic collaboration with countries in Africa. In its capacity as a well-connected intermediary link, it promotes the exchange of information between German and African economic and political representatives.
UNIDO is the specialized agency of the United Nations that promotes industrial development for poverty reduction, inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability. Director General Dr. Gerd Müller has a close relationship with Africa Frist Network Founder Martin A. Schoeller.
The World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization saving lives and changing lives, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience.
Togo is a state in West Africa, located on the Gulf of Guinea. Togo is a member of the United Nations, the African Union, the West African Economic Community, the West African Economic and Monetary Union, the Sahel-Saharan Community and the Zone d’Alliance et de Coprospérité.
As a service provider in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development and international education work, we are dedicated to shaping a future worth living around the world. We have over 50 years of experience in a wide variety of areas, including economic development and employment promotion, energy and the environment, and peace and security.
Worldwide pandemic control, climate protection, flight and migration, digitalisation – Germany’s development policy provides answers to the global issues of the future. Our guidelines for this are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.