- published: 23 May 2012
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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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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/#
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World premiere of "Hold On," by Jesaya & Mervin, teens from Okahandja, Namibia. First single from KAYEC's 2015 album to fight violence against girls and women: 1 in 3 Namibian women have lived through violence because they are women, and 1 in 5 are in abusive relationships. It's time we all stand up and make a better day. Edited by Mika from Young Dream Films - shot by Selvanus.
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Hifikepunye Pohamba, the Namibian president, discusses plans to deal with growing discontent in a country that has enjoyed peace since independence. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our rep...
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.
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...
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.
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!
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
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.
►Support the Rhino protection with a wristband: http://www.eesy-ees.com/product/rhino-trust-wristband/ ►EES FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/ees-facebook ►EES INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/ees-instagram ►FREE ALBUM: http://bit.ly/eesfreealbum Mein name ist EES, bin ein Musiker aus Africa und zeig euch mein Lifestyle in meinen Videos - JEDEN Sonntag ein neues Video: ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Die Nashorn Sitiuation in Afrika wird immer schlimmer, es gibt nur noch knapp 3000 Black Rhinos - und es wurden letzten Monat schon wieder 31 Tote Nashörner im Etosha NationalPark tot aufgefunden. Die Hörner werden von den Asiaten als speschel Heilmittel anerkannt - was totaler BULLSHIT ist - weil es aus nichts anderes besteht als wie ein Menschlicher Nagel. Wenn ihr die movement unterstützen wollt - checkt bi...