The Desert Research Foundation of Namibia in collaboration with the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) and the Centre for Water Management Services (cewas) will be co-hosting a business breakfast on the 25th of March 2015 at Nice Restaurant from 08:00 am to 10:30 am.

The topic for this ‘Dialogue’ is: Promoting Good Governance in the Provision of Water and Sanitation Services: Challenges, Gaps and Opportunities.

The target group of the Business Breakfast includes policy makers, local authorities, practitioners, civil society organisations and the general public. We will be greatly honoured if you co...

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Piet du Pisani, the Director of the DRFN handed over books to Maria Amakali, the Director of Resource Management in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry and Cynthia Ortmann, the Chair of the Local Organizing committee. This is in preparation for the commemoration of the World Wetlands/Water Day. This year’s celebrations will be held at Kamutjonga Inland Fisheries Institute (KIFI), in Kavango East from the 25th to the 26th of March 2015. This will be under the theme “Water and Sustainable development”.

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This donation of books on water and the environment is aimed at learners who ar...

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The overall objective of the SADC Gender Unit is to facilitate the achievement of substantive equality between women and men in the SADC region. This is to be achieved through mainstreaming gender into all national and regional policies, programmes and activities. SADC member states are encouraged to adopt positive measures to accelerate progress in this regard.

The SADC-IWRM pilot project was held in Mariental between 10 and 11 March 2015. The pilot project had the opportunity to work together with Ms. Muchimba Sikumba-Dils from the SADC Gender Unit on these two days. The training workshop...

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The environment has an important role in children’s development because of the amount of time children spend in the environment. Children spend most of their time playing outdoors and interacting with the environment. We believe children are special enough to provide a beautiful environment for their benefit. After all, they are tomorrow’s leaders and therefore need to be equipped for tomorrow’s challenges. This means preparing them for the future they will inherit. Children should learn how to interact and preserve the environment. They should learn to relate to the environment in a way that ...

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