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corporAID web event
online, October 1, 2020
The corporAID web event "Resuming Business in Emerging Markets: India" shed light on companies' mitigation strategies in times of covid-19 in India and the chances this crisis entails for sustainable development and resilience in the business context.
Vaccines in developing countries
Poor countries face a variety of challenges in immunizing their populations. So that the price of vaccines does not become a stumbling block, actors like the vaccine alliance Gavi rely on bundling the demand from these countries. And also promote a concerted approach to the global distribution of a Covid-19 vaccine instead of national solo efforts.
corporAID web event
online, September 2, 2020
The first part of the corporAID webevent-series “Resuming business in emerging markets” offered insights into Latin America and discussed how Austrian companies can take opportunities that not only help them to recover more quickly from the crisis, but at the same time have an impact on issues like climate change and sustainable development.
Interview with Martin Ledolter
Martin Ledolter, Managing Director of the Austrian Development Agency ADA, on the current increase in the Austrian budget for development cooperation, how these funds are also used to combat the corona pandemic in partner countries and the further development of ADA from a funding organization to an implementation organization.
The corporAID event series “Resuming business in emerging markets” will offer insights into Latin America, India and South East Asia and discuss how Austrian companies can take opportunities that not only help them to recover more quickly from the crisis, but have at the same time an impact on issues like climate change and sustainable development.
German development cooperation
The German government wants to start up its bilateral development cooperation again: A radical reduction of the previous partner countries and many individual projects in favor of selected cooperation partners and larger reform programs is planned.