The Republic of Namibia held the Namibia Investment Summit on 23 March 2022, under the patronage of His Excellency President Hage Geingob, at the Grant Hyatt Hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In his opening remarks, President Geingob said the Summit’s objectives underlined Namibia’s national drive to alleviate poverty and inequality by building inclusive economic development and growth through investment.
A successful Namibia Agriculture Seminar was held on 22 February at the Expo 2020 Dubai during the Food, Agriculture and Livelihood week.
The Namibia Agriculture Seminar will be held at Expo 2020 Dubai, on 22 February 2022 under the theme- “Namibia’s Quest for a Green Economy” as a Hybrid event (round table discussion) hosted by the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) together with the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform and NIPDB.
Date: 27 November 2021Time: 14h30-17h30 Dubai timeVenue: Business Connect Centre-Abu Dhabi Hall- UAE, Dubai Expo Site, near Al WaslCo-curate partners: Ministry of Mines and Energy, NIPDB, NamPower, ECB and IPPshttps://youtu.be/hkZphDs1_gM Register Here Namibia has…
“Namibia is one of the countries most at risk when it comes to climate change and environmental threats. This creates a precarious situation where the economic development of the country has to be brought about while considering environmental sustainability.”
Namibia is an ideal location for research into astronomy and astrophysics. There are quite a number of reasons for that claim – and actually some interesting ones, says Dr Eli Kasai, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department at the University of Namibia’s Department of Physics, Chemistry and Material Science.