The DRFN being a non-profit organization depends on funding from external sources to implement some of its activities.
If you wish to make a donation towards the work that the organization implements, please make use of these banking details.
For more information on this please contact:
Account number: 555 011 525 61
Branch code: 282273
Swift code: FIRNNANX
“Namibia is a country that is primarily arid to semi-arid, as is about 30% of the globe. How can sustainable development take place in such environments? The Desert Research Foundation of Namibia was established to support research but also to address sustainable development throughout arid lands. The DRFN tackles issues ranging from water to energy to land from a human and a basic biophysical perspective, as well as undertaking awareness and capacity building necessary to support this approach”
Anna Iita the presenter with the first panelist Mr. Sion Shifa from MET [Read more...]
Team building and collaborations provide a great foundation for prosperity. The DRFN offers valuable support to Skoonheid in preparation for COSDEF’s - OYETU program to launch a two year leather craft technical and business skills project.
Forty-two resident stakeholders participated in a two day workshop where our DRFN Peace Corps Volunteer presented business development training in preparation for submitting bids for catering services.
Resettlement communities have voiced their readiness and hopes for this type of opportunity. Shifting the tide away from using outside sources, capable res...[Read more...]
This years World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought event was held in Rehoboth in the Hardap Region.
As had been the tradition, the DRFN has always supported the efforts of our national partners by providing them with educational material. This year the DRFN donated copies of two environmental books to the Ministry of Environment and Tourism which were handed out to the public during these commerations. These are: The environmental reader; a resource book for Namibia and another book titled: A travelers guide to understanding environmental terms in Namibia.
Both these books are availab...[Read more...]
The World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is observed every year to promote public awareness of international efforts to combat desertification. The day is a unique moment to remind everyone that land degradation neutrality is achievable through problem-solving, strong community involvement and co-operation at all levels.
2018 Theme “Land has true value – invest in it.”
DRFN is an implementing partner of the ThinkNamibia Environmental Awareness and Climate Change Campaign