- published: 31 Oct 2016
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A photo essay
Andy joined the Peace Corps late in life as a lively alternative to retirement. He knows he made the right choice, as his time spent here in Namibia has been even more meaningful and rewarding than he imagined. Watch Andy find his purpose as a PCV working with the women of Penduka Trust in Katutura. If you want to support PCV projects like this in Namibia and around the world, you can give through the the Peace Corps Partnership Program (PCPP) at https://donate.peacecorps.gov/donate/projects-funds/#
Jacob tells us about his internship at Namibian Horticulture Trust. CGE Namibia places students in part-time internships for academic credit with local organizations during both semester and summer programs. Learn more about CGE's internship program! http://www.augsburg.edu/global/semester/internships/
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They’ve been called the world’s most trafficked animal you’ve never heard of. Pangolins are notoriously difficult to rehabilitate and release, but one woman in Namibia is getting it right, thanks to lessons learned from one of these scaly anteaters. Meet Katiti! Rare and Endangered Species Trust, Namibia: http://www.restafrica.org/ Subscribe to Earth Touch now for more amazing nature http://goo.gl/thjT7W Earth Touch News Network http://www.earthtouchnews.com
Tupopyeni talk show called KAYEC to help start their national conversation on school discipline, 19 April 2016. In two days, our talented KAYEC teens wrote about their experiences and performed for the NBC crew. Visit KAYEC.org to find out what makes us the voice of Namibia's youth!
Martin Wucher and the team of AutoGyro Namibia have set the world record flying 26,663 ft with a standard equipped MTOsport. It's a great video showing the perfection of the organization and the incredible views from way up high. Thanks to AutoGyro Namibia and Martin Wucher for their vision and trust in our gyroplanes Made in Germany!
African safaris are always special, but now and then one finds one that is not only different, but makes a difference. The opportunity to track the critically endangered black rhino with Save the Rhino Trust, Namibia (SRT), is a safari in a category all on its own. In a joint venture with Wilderness Safaris one has the opportunity to track this critically endangered species from Wilderness' desert Rhino Camp.
Watch a few staff members from Save the Rhino Trust Namibia, talk about the work the organisation does and why it is important to protect the desert-adapted black rhino. Visit www.savetherhino.org/operationwildandfree to learn more about Save the Rhino International's appeal to raise funds for this important programme
by: Rinelda Mouton --- Hope was gifted to the children supported by the Onyose Trust and House of Prayers. These orphanage homes often suffers finically and the Michelle McLean Children Trust donated food, mattresses and pillows to the value of N$15 000.
here it is our song for the nation a song to invite people from all over the World to come and visit our unique country Namibia, a land of plenty a land where many cultures live side by side, with breath taking landscapes and majestic sun sets from the Kalahari in the East until the Namib-Dunes that flow into the ocean in the West, from The 2nd Largest Canyon in the World and petrified dunes in the South and then the mighty Etosha with all its wild animals to further North where the rivers flow and the long grasses grow and the Fish Eagle sings it territorial song, this is our song to the World to invite YOU to come to our Land, and say" Welcome to Namibia" this song was composed as the theme song of Namibia in mind and we all are hoping this to become a reality but for now it is the Them...
The Miss Republic of Namibia pageant, a showcase of true Namibian culture takes place this weekend in Windhoek. Miss Namibia of the year 2013, Paulina Malulu is the founder and Executive Director of the Paulina Malulu Trust that organized the event. She said that the Miss Republic of Namibia pageant is unique because it aims to uplift our diverse cultural heritage and instill cultural values in young Namibian women. One of the finalists, Magdalena Haingura said that the pageant appealed to her because it gave her an opportunity to get in touch with her roots. Nancy Garoes encouraged all Namibians to come to the show to witness something truly and uniquely Namibian. The Miss Republic of Namibia pageant will take place on Saturday, 3 March at the Nampower Convention Centre and tickets will b...
The Herero people in Namibia are breaking their silence. More than a century after the genocide that almost wiped out their tribe, they are demanding an apology, compensation and the return of their land -- from both Germany and their own country, Namibia.
by: Isai Sipunga