New KAS Director - Natalie Russmann with outgoing KAS Director Mr. Thomas Keller with Speaker of Parliament - Hon. Katjavivi

Introduction incoming Resident Representative at the Namibian Parliament

KAS meeting the Speaker of Parliament 4.2.'21

Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Prof. P.Katjavivi meets KAS Resident Representative N.Russmann

False information about KAS-scholarships

Attention, Internet Fraud!

Currently there are circulating on the internet various offers of services for obtaining scholarships from the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation, often at considerable costs. Some websites...
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Workshops on the role of leadership in water innovations management and employment creation

From 10-13 April 2018, KAS and partner Dr. Romanus Kawana (UNAM) implemented two workshops on „The role of leadership in water innovations management and employment creation“ in the...
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UN-Headquarter New York: Discussion

One World - No Hunger: Panel discussion on women’s land rights

What are the main challenges that women are facing regarding their land rights? How can governments ensure that legal and policy reforms strengthen land rights of women in rural are...
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Invitation to Anti-Poaching Public Presentation

Public Event on "Anti-Poaching: A chance for wildlife protection and socio-economic development in Na...

Poaching is a threat not only to Namibia's wildlife but also to its socio-economic development. Exploring the issue, expert Mr. Marco Grünert is going to give a presentation on "Ant...


KAS helps to consolidate the democratic constitution and the political and socio-economic participation of citizens, esp. women in Namibia through socio-political and educational programs. Similar activities are conducted from Windhoek for Angola. A focal point of the work of KAS is the analysis of regional integration in Southern Africa.

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2020/2021 National Budget Tabled in Parliament
National Budget Debate
Finance Minister, Iipumbu Shiimi tabled the National Budget in Parliament today, 27 May 2020, with a projected expenditure of N$72.8 billion.