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.
Many of the current challenges that governments have been facing are issues which either have to do with cumbersome and manual processes that are tedious and require “out of the box thinking”.
NILALEG is designed to promote an integrated landscape management approach that assimilates key agricultural and forest landscapes sustainable practices.
In compliance with UNDP Policy and Procedures for stakeholder engagements and high risk projects, UNDP Namibia is making available the Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) for comments
UNDP’s support to Namibian front-line workers ensures that they are equipped to consistently track the pandemic as they execute the various responsibilities at the Emergency Operating Centre.
Mr Muyenga Petru, a pensioner in his late sixties from the Ndama informal settlement in the Kavango East region, has had a long-term concern with the hygiene of his family.

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41%

women in parliament

34.70%

Unemployment rate

0.645

Human Development Index (HDI)

17%

Poverty rate

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