Germany is the world’s second-largest bilateral aid donor, spending around $23 billion per year on official development assistance.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, the country’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, or BMZ, was about to launch a major revamp. If implemented, it would have significant implications for Germany’s approach to aid.
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