Namibia ( (listen), ), officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in Southern Africa. Its western border is the Atlantic Ocean; it shares land borders with Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east. Although it does not border Zimbabwe, less than 200 metres (660 feet) of the Zambezi River separates the two countries. Namibia gained independence from South Africa on 21 March 1990, following the Namibian War of Independence. Its capital and largest city is Windhoek. Namibia is a member state of the United Nations (UN), the Southern …



HBS: Heinrich Boll Foundation · 14 November 2023 English

Value Addition in the Context of Mineral Processing E-PAPER Study Value Addition in the Context of Mineral Processing BY SOPHIA PICKLES A publication commissioned by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, November …

permanent employees, of which 99 per cent are Namibians.[220] According to 2011 census data, Oshikoto

NewClimate Institute for Climate Policy and Global Sustainability · 1 November 2023 English

The landscape of green hydrogen in Namibia Case study Case study THE LANDSCAPE OF GREEN HYDROGEN IN NAMIBIA According to cost-projections, Namibia can theoretically produce some of most cost competitive …

ownership for Namibia has received public and private Namibians in the form of ownership, investment to develop

IPPR: Institute for Public Policy Research · 29 October 2023 English

The lack of suitable formal finance products available to small businesses, the lack of readily available credit information, the perceived riskiness of small business finance, and the apparent lack of …

provided employment and income to around 160 000 Namibians, account- ing for approximately one-third of the

IPPR: Institute for Public Policy Research · 22 October 2023

This report will assume a similar focus to the 2019 NMT/IPPR study by closely assessing the challenges and op- portunities facing Namibia’s traditional media houses in light of the ongoing …

Afrobarometer surveys indicate that younger Namibians (18–35-year-olds) source news increasingly from According to Amupadhi, it was very hard for Namibians to access online content simply because many of channels. Information on the level of trust that Namibians have in news media is limited. There are however

IPPR: Institute for Public Policy Research · 17 October 2023 English

Although the award of the contract is later investigated and cleared by the Anti-Corruption Commission2, it ends in 2007 and is not renewed. [...] 2008 At the beginning of 2008 …

Government announced on 19 July that with status for Namibians (UK immediate effect all Namibian nationals will

IPPR: Institute for Public Policy Research · 16 October 2023 English

2 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on public revenues varied according to the resilience of each state’s 3 economy before the pandemic and the existing institutional capacities of governments …

starting to take hold globally – the proportion of Namibians who suffered frequent deprivation of basic life providing a degree of relief to poor and vulnerable Namibians through both social security and social assistance necessarily preclude the possibility of more Namibians falling into poverty as a result of the cost of 2023.pdf 3 Afrobarometer, ‘More than Half of Namibians Experienced Moderate or High Lived Poverty in org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/nam_r9.news_release-majority-of-namibians-experienced-moderate-or-high-lived- poverty-13jul22

UN: The United Nations · 16 October 2023 English

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and administrative regions. More than half of Namibians live in the five north-central regions namely by region (2011) 11. Approximately 21% of Namibians with disabilities are affected by hearing impairments redressing violations of the human rights of all Namibians, including those with disabilities in terms its to Article 4 of the Namibian Constitution, all Namibians are entitled to have birth certificates, marriage of these children. A documentary film “Deaf Namibians at work” was broadcast during 2011 on national

MRG: Minority Rights Group International · 26 September 2023

from the NNC informed the Governor of Assam of the result of the plebiscite, and was told in return that the government could not For the N agas this was …

Action against Genocide - 'exhaustively •No.19 The Namibians of South-West Africa (New 1978 edition) researched

The Adaptation Fund · 21 September 2023 English

If the proposals recommended to be funded in a given meeting of the PPRC do exceed the available slots under the pilot programme, the proposals to be funded under the …

the men are away in the urban areas. Most rural Namibians depend on subsistence agriculture often augmented

UNU WIDER: United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research · 5 September 2023 English

WIDER Working Paper 2023/112-Returns to education and wage inequality in Namibia: A gendered analysis

left deep-seated inequities in Namibia. Black Namibians and other historically oppressed groups experienced missing data on race or language, as well as non- Namibians, were excluded from the analysis. Thus, the final

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