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Book launch of the "Toward our All-Inclusive Namibian House" publication

How can we build a nation in which no Namibian feels left out?

Over the course of more than one year, nearly 1000 Namibians from all walks of life have contributed to this "construction plan" of the all-inclusive Namibian House, which can therefore serve as a nationwide response to H.E. The President's speech from 2015.

Community workshop for women in Omusati and Ohangwena region

The special initiative “One World – No Hunger: Strengthening Women’s Land Use and Land Ownership Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa” conducted its first workshops for women in Onambutu Village (25km south of Eenhana), Ohangwena Region and in Elim (15 km south of Oshikuku), Omusati Region in 2017. The 2-days workshops that especially targeted widows and single mothers took place at the Eenhana Constituency Council Office in Onambutu from the 06.03 – 07.03 and at the Elim Constituency Council Office from 09.03.-10.03.2017.

The state of land tenure and land ownership rights for women in Sub-Saharan Africa Conference

"One World - No Hunger" International Conference

The special initiative “One World-No Hunger – Strengthening Women’s Land Use and Land Ownership Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa” which is implemented not only in Namibia, but also in Malawi and Zimbabwe hosted an international conference in Windhoek, Namibia. During the conference the project managers from the corresponding Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) offices as well as cooperation partners came together to discuss the situation concerning the status of land rights access of women in the countries and the accomplished project activities.

"Edutainment" Roadshow in Outapi, Eenhana, Ongwediva and Omuthiya

One World - No Hunger: Strengthening Women's Land Use and Land Ownership Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

Roadshow together with an educational Theater-Group and Mushe.

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Namibia-Angola welcomes its new head of office, Thomas Keller

"I want to fully immerse myself into Namibia."

The former Federal Armed Forces Officer is an established expert on Africa and has already had a long relationship with Namibia. His work will focus on civic education, democracy and energy.

Pilot Workshop: Special Initiative for "One World - No Hunger 2"

"Strengthening the Land Ownership and Land Use Rights of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa"

The special initiative “One World – No Hunger 2” conducted its first Pilot Workshop in Omusati Region to discuss about Namibian Law, Human Rights, Civil Law and Customary Law as well as communal land disputes.

The New Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF)

The way forward?

What regulations and plans does the draft bill actually include? What likely effects will it have on the economy, and how can it be assessed from a legal point of view?

Anti-Corruption plays for Namibian schools

Together with Forum for the Future and the Dhaneni Theatre, KAS implemented a series of plays on the topic of fraud, bribery, greed and corruption in ten different schools in the Erongo Region.

The all-inclusive Namibian House

How can the ideal of an all-inclusive house where no Namibian feels left out be achieved?

10th Namibian Women Summit

The Namibian Women Summit celebrated his 10th anniversary this year. KAS engaged not only as a sponsor, but also delivered a presentation on the topic of women's land rights and ownership.

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