Namibia has one of the least equal distributions of income and wealth, and increasingly, access to productive resources and basic services, in the world. While this structural inequality has its origin in colonialism and apartheid rule, it has also been sustained by policy and programme implementation constraints over the post- Independence era.
Our efforts are aimed at improving capacities at national, regional and local level for integrating the Sustainable Development Goals, National Development Plans and supporting the country towards the achievement of Vision 2030.more
Projects and Initiatives
The Impact of Public Work Programs (PWPs) on Employment Creation, Poverty Reduction and Addressing Inequality in Namibia
This project was in line with the National Poverty Reduction Action Programme (Action 40). Action 40 stipulated that the government was going to establish a statutory, representative organization known as the Namibian Labor Based Works Forum to oversee the harmonization of the range of labor –intensive public works programmes to ensure that they operate in a coordinated and efficient manner. more