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The latest version of the CuveWaters IWRM Toolkit has been added to the report page. To download the document, just click this link. CuveWaters IWRM Toolkit: Collection of Sources for Information and Tools on IWRM – An instrument for supporting planning and decision making processes (2012).

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Aug
12
2012

As part of the DRFN’s commitment to team building staff from the various themes in the DRFN partook in the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation’s (NBC’s) “Battle of all tournaments” which was held at the Khomasdal stadium in Windhoek on Saturday, 4th August 2012.

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DRFN team players and coach

DRFN participated in the 7-a-side soccer tournament, although the team did not make it out of the group stage, it put up a spirited performance by winning one match and drawing another out of the four group matches. The support from other staff members was brilliant as a host of them came to support and chee...

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Connecting dots

Connecting the Dots, a project conducted by the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) with funding from the Finnish Embassy in Windhoek, aims to enhance public knowledge about the work of Civil Society Organisations, CSO’s in Namibia. Connecting the Dots uses short films on television, community dialogue, radio interviews, articles in local newspapers and music video to inform Namibians about the work of CSOs.

DRFN is one of the CSOs that was given the opportunity to present some aspects of the work we are doing. A film team joined the E-CAP team while in the field piloting a solid waste mana...

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The 5th of June DRFN arranged, on behalf of The Future Okavango (TFO) project, the first Forum for Integrated Resources Management (FIRM) workshop involving both community representatives from the three project villages Tjeye, Mashare and Mopapama east of Rundu in Kavango region, and their service providers. The workshop was held at MITC at Mashare, following a series of meetings that DRFN, together with other TFO partners, have held over the past 12 months with the Village Development Committees and the broader community in the three villages, aimed at introducing the FIRM concept and identif...

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