Youth in Kavango regions discuss education transformation 

Youth in the two Kavango regions attended a one-day workshop on transforming education in Namibia at Rundu.

The aim was to form a youth-led movement to transform education.

The workshop was born after the New York Summit last year, where young people put together their demands and what they want their governments and UN member states to do to address the global learning crisis.

The summit was convened in response to the global learning crisis to ensure that learning is equitable, accessible, and quality for each child globally.

Female MP's encouraged to advocate for more funding for nbc

Oshana Governor Elia Irimari has encouraged female parliamentarians participating in a capacity-building workshop for women parliamentarians in Oshakati to advocate for more funding for the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (nbc).

This step is essential to enabling the broadcaster to expand its reach across all 14 regions of the country.

NOA introduces rural communities to practical organic farming

The Namibian Organic Association (NOA) is currently conducting training workshops throughout the north-central regions to introduce rural communities to cost-effective, practical organic farming and reduce its harmful effects.

The objective of the workshops is to empower rural communities, create awareness about sustainable agricultural techniques, and foster alternative farming practises to produce healthy food and generate income.

Office of the Otjozondjupa Region Governor hosts workshop for church leaders

The Office of the Governor in Otjozondjupa Region is hosting a two-day training workshop for all church leaders in the region.

The purpose of the workshop, titled 'Role of Church in Community Development',  is to equip church leaders with the necessary knowledge and skills for them to assist the government in carrying out its mandate effectively.

A church is a place of worship where people gather, predominantly on Sundays, for spiritual upliftment.

Given that Namibia is recognised as a Christian nation, a significant portion of the population attends church.

Great Green Wall holds workshop to formulate a national action plan for Namibia

Land degradation, desertification, and climate change are some of the environmental challenges affecting Namibia's sustainable development efforts.

It is against this background that Namibia will continue with the implementation of the Great Green Wall initiative as a way to address these challenges.

Stakeholders in the Great Green Wall initiative held a validation workshop in Windhoek to formulate a national action plan for Namibia.

Namibia hosts high-profile regional workshop on Diaspora Engagement

Namibia is hosting a high-profile regional workshop on Diaspora Engagement.

The workshop aims to recognise the significant contributions of the diaspora to economies and develop a regional framework to facilitate their involvement in national development plans.

The workshop, among others, focuses on the impact of remittances on poverty reduction and national development.