Namibia

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Reliance on an unscalable method to engage communities in Namibia

In Namibia, there continues to be an over-reliance on non -scalable ways of program implementation such as; visiting communities, doing house-to-house visits, conducting scaled-down workshops, handing out pamphlets and PPE. Here's what we found out.

Information asymmetries arising in Namibia

Our data collectors in Namibia have confirmed that the operating context indicates that in large parts of some of our focus regions, English is not a spoken language. This is creating information asymmetries.

StartUp Namibia COVID-19 hackathon concluded

In a bid to help fight the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), more than 400 participants, members of 108 teams, gathered for StartUp Namibia hackathon.

Man behind Getty Images' drive into Africa

Lee Martin, ex co-owner of AllSport agency and now Senior Vice President at Getty Images speaks about the company's expansion into Africa. Martin also talks about Getty Images partnership with APO.

Network of drone testing corridors extended

Sierra Leone and Namibia become part of a global network of drone testing corridors for humanitarian projects.

One of Afrika's biggest solar power projects in Namibia secures funding

One of the biggest solar power PV plants in Sub-Saharan Afrika, by <a href=:http://alten-energy.com/developing/other-projects-in-africa/" target="_blank">ALTEN Africa, has just secured financing. The solar plant which will be located in the area around Marietta in Namibia, secured and finalized the

Traces of cobalt found in Namibia

According to Namibia Rare Earths Inc., a mineral resources exploration company in Namibia, there are possible traces of cobalt in Namibia. This comes after what the company says is detailed analyses of archived soil samples in the Western Targets area which have confirmed "kilometer-scale cobalt anomalies." According to