The Plan of Action outlines actions designed to prevent GBV, to improve the implementation of laws and services aimed at victims of GBV, and to provide adequate support services for survivors. In particular, the Plan seeks to address the complex nature of GBV, encouraging stakeholders to consider the root causes of GBV and to identify areas for improvement in access to and delivery of effective and efficient services.
The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) in partnership with UNDP, UNAIDS and Victims 2 Survivors successfully hosted a national exhibition titled “Unite to end Gender-based Violence (GBV)” from 28 June to 02 August 2013 at the gallery’s premises in Windhoek. more
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Projects and Initiatives
UNDP in collaboration with UN Women is supporting the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare to implement a Gender-Responsive Procurement project which seeks to introduce engendered procurement as one of the strategies towards gender equality and the empowerment of women. more
- 17 Jun 2015:UNDP Resident Representative and UN Resident Coordinator Mr. Musinga T. Bandora announces his departure
- 30 May 2015:Youth Environment Summit, Waterberg Plateau National Park,
- 24 Apr 2015:Namibia Poverty Mapping and the Namibia Index on Multiple Deprivation reports launch