The Coronavirus pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time. Since its emergence late last year, the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica. Cases are rising daily in Africa and South America, and Europe has taken over as the epicentre of the disease and more cases are now being reported every day than in China at the height of its epidemic.
Female beneficiaries are a critical element of Namibia’s Urban Agriculture programme.
Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) and wildlife crime (WC) project signing ceremony
Auguste Kankondi is an emerging urban farmer in Goreangab, a neighbourhood in Windhoek city, Namibia. Goreangab is one of the communities that are severely affected by poverty and food insecurity. But as a result of Auguste’s experience on the Build Back Better urban agriculture programme, several urban gardens are springing up to help feed her community
The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MEFT) in collaboration with UNDP Namibia and The Environmental Investment Fund (EIF) handed over ten (10) grants to the tune of Six Million Eight Hundred and Twenty-Eight Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty-Six Namibian Dollars Only (NAD 6,828, 736.51) through The Namibia Integrated Landscape Approach for Enhancing Livelihoods and Environmental Governance to Eradicate Poverty (NILALEG) Project on Friday, 19 November 2021 in Okatjandja Kozomenje Conservancy, Okorosave Village, Opuwo.

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