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Kindergarten feeding changes lives

2 months ago - 27 September 2021 | Social Issues

Windhoek • jana@namibiansun.comMore than 5 500 vulnerable pre-schoolers receive three free meals at 135 kindergartens across Windhoek’s poverty-stricken informal settlements.The programme is one component of...

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BIG speaks out about poverty...

2 months ago - 26 September 2021 | Social Issues

The Basic Income Grant (BIG) Coalition of Namibia said that it has taken note that the Ministry of Gender Equality, Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare...

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Bespoke app for counselling San

2 months ago - 22 September 2021 | Social Issues

In a bid to curb high school dropout rates at Donkerbos settlement in the Omaheke region, a Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) Computer...

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Giving frontline officers breathing room

2 months ago - 13 September 2021 | Social Issues

While Covid has altered the way of life for many of us, frontline officers like health professionals, police officers and military personnel have borne the...

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Communities flock to pop-up vaccination...

2 months ago - 10 September 2021 | Social Issues

Windhoek • jana@namibiansun.comClose to 450 Covid-19 vaccines were administered at two pop-up vaccination stations spearheaded by the Office of the First Lady since last week....

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Colourful murals bring smiles

2 months ago - 10 September 2021 | Social Issues

Windhoek • tanja@republikein.com.naIn the children’s cancer ward at the Windhoek central hospital, the youngsters have huge smiles on their faces after the walls of the...

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