The car from the Namibia Global Fund Program had been sitting unused at a government office for two years. When the management of Coastal High School heard about this, they
Namibia is still suffering from the Covid19 pandemic, and with it a difficult food supply for the population. Residents in the so-called “informal settlements” of Swakopmund (Mondesa) and Windhoek (Katutura)
Article in the local newspaper Sulinger Kreiszeitung If he could, he would immediately book a plane ticket to Namibia. For almost two years, Arthur Rohlfing has not been back to
Our liaison teacher Adelheid Kamatie describes the current situation at M & K Gertze High School in a letter: Covid-19 cases in Rehoboth have increased, but we have received vaccines.
In Namibia, the pandemic has fatal economic consequences, especially for the poor population. Due to the lockdown measures, many people are losing their source of income, and at the same
Classes continue to take place on a rotating basis. The sponsored children received a small package with sweets at Easter and packages with food and hygiene items before the vacations.
The principal of Gammams Primary School Mrs. Kaimu retired at the beginning of this year. Mr. Ntopoli was appointed as her successor as principal. Mr. Ntopoli studied for three years
For a modern learning culture and up-to-date education in Namibia, the productive and thoughtful use of media is of great importance. Therefore, there was great joy when the Sonnenkinderprojekt found
The Covid19 pandemic continues to keep the world on tenterhooks. The resulting high unemployment rate in Namibia is the cause of great need. Especially the tourism sector in Namibia suffers
Construction work has begun at Coastal High School in Swakopmund to convert the school building into a training center for tourism and hospitality. After the conversion, three bedrooms, a kitchen,