The Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia will this month launch two projects aimed at enhancing rural agriculture and community-based natural resources management resilience to climate change.
Windhoek — For the past eleven years Namib Mills, the country's largest grain processing company, has been supporting 215 registered charity organisations throughout the country.
When water first flowed from the new community pump in Eenhana this spring, some locals were slow to celebrate.
Ongha-At least 472 people living with HIV defaulted on receiving treatment at the ART (antiretroviral therapy) clinic at Ongha Health Centre.
Namibia will launch the baseline study that was conducted in 2016 by the University of Namibia which was aimed at investigating the status of women’s land use, ownership and rights under customary
Rundu-AgriBusDev managing director Petrus Uugwanga, who oversees the green scheme operations, says government green schemes will soon do away with NORED’s high energy tariffs, as they plan to insta
Windhoek -The United States ambassador to Namibia, Thomas Daughton, yesterday announced a donation of R23.4 million grant aimed at combatting wildlife trafficking and poaching in Namibia.
Ondingwanyama-While Namibia’s sanitation status is a thorn in the flesh, with only half the population having access to proper sanitation, government is striving towards declaring at least 180 vill
Windhoek-Namibia has since 2014 lost 245 elephants to poaching, out of which 17 were illegally hunted this year alone.
Kenya is the 12th best country in Africa and 92nd in World, according to this year's Good Country Index results released yesterday.
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