Debmarine Namibia donates to Women's Action for Development


Debmarine Namibia has donated equipment to boost the Women's Action for Development's empowerment training programs at Keetmanshoop. 

The donated items that include needlework and hospitality equipment as well as computers are worth N$200,000. 

||kharas Governor Aletha Frederick handed over donations, which her office had sourced from Debmarine Namibia. 

Keetmanshoop Woman Action's for Development Coordinator welcomed the donation. 

Some trainees had this to say.

New publication by KAS and WAD provides guidance to traditional leaders on disputes resolution


The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Namibia-Angola and Women's Action for Development have launched a conflict resolution book for traditional authorities in the four north-central regions.

The book, which will also be distributed nationwide, provides guidance to traditional leaders on how to resolve disputes within the boundaries of the law.

Tsumkwe Councillor and WAD train unemployed youths in short courses


The Councillor for the Tsumkwe Constituency, Johannes Haufiku, with the Women's Action for Development, has undertaken to train unemployed youths in short courses.

The training comes after the San people did not make it through recruitment in the Namibia Defence Force as a result of their low level of education.

The majority of those absorbed for training are women and young girls, most of whom are school dropouts.