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228 CN generalista

In April 2018, the Swiss holding and real estate agency Generalista AG launched a develoPPP.de project in China. The project is carried out with a wholly owned subsidiary of Generalista AG in China, Shangri-La Craft Brewery Co.Ltd.

The project runs for two years and is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via sequa

The project aims to contribute to sustainable local economic development along the value chain for (organic) barley malt. For this purpose, small farmers are trained in the cultivation of high-quality highland barley according to biological standards (without pesticides and fertilizers).

During the project, 40 young people will be trained as maltsters and food technicians and 150 small farmers will be supported in growing organic barley and improving the quality of their products.

In addition, a new malthouse will create about 30 new jobs and provide a practical learning environment with high standards for disadvantaged local youth.

For further information please contact roland.strohmeyer@sequa.de or at +49 (0) 228 98238 38. 

233 Brasilien RDV

In July 2018, the French company RDV Productions S.A.S. launched a develoPPP.de project in Brazil. RDV Productions imports, processes, and packages natural organic and traditional products from Brazil and exports them all over the world, but mainly to several European countries and to the USA.

The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via sequa and runs for two years.

232 Indien Saacke

In June 2018, the German tool manufacturer Gebr. Saacke GmbH & Co. KG launched a develoPPP.de project in India. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via sequa and runs for two years.

231 Argentinien SOLprime

In May 2018 the German technology company SOLprime Power Systems GmbH from Kiel started a develoPPP.de project in Argentina. The company produces photovoltaic mounting systems for all dimensions of solar power plants. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via sequa and runs for two years.

The aim of the project is to establish a competence centre for photovoltaics and e-mobility at the University of UCASAL in Salta, Argentina, where practice-oriented trainings and consulting shall take place for students and specialists. The competence centre serves also as demonstration base for Argentinian decision-makers in the energy sector.

222 Naber Albanien

In November 2017, the medium-sized German clothing company “Naber Damen- und Brautmoden GmbH” launched a develoPPP.de project in Albania. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) funds the project for two years.

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