GIZ carries out a wide range of activities within Germany. The country is currently facing many challenges, nationally and internationally, and is embarking on a number of transformation processes. Our expertise is extremely valuable in meeting these challenges.

  • Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel Gaby Gerster
    ‘Our work is more important than ever’
    Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel, Chair of the Management Board of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, on Germany’s global responsibility and how international cooperation also achieves results in Germany
  • Partnering in Business with Germany 3st
    A win-win for all
    New markets, new partners, new horizons: Partnering in Business with Germany promotes business contacts between SMEs in developing countries and emerging economies and those in Germany.
  • Our job: to promote decent work
    GIZ promotes employment around the world – often delivering rapid results.
  • Through other eyes
    A German-American exchange programme provides professionals with insights into the mentality of their host country.
  • Identifying scope for action
    The world calls on our country to accept greater international responsibility. What does that mean for GIZ?
  • Ten entrepreneurs, plenty of ideas
    At a boot camp in Berlin, German and Indian start-up entrepreneurs learn from each other.
  • Customer diversity
    Diversity at Deutsche Post DHL Group
  • Pioneers with prospects
    There is a shortage of geriatric nurses in Germany. In Viet Nam many young people cannot find work.
  • Occupational health and safety
    Mongolian representatives travelled to Oslo and Berlin to find out how to make jobs safer and healthier.