Huis Maerua kort jou hulp

10 July 2020 | Local News

Windhoek [email protected]
Met 22 kinders in hulle sorg wat wissel van 2 jaar tot 20, het Huis Maerua jou hulp nodig om te verseker hierdie kinders se mae bly vol en hul lyfies warm.
“Finansies bly vir ons een van die grootste uitdagings, met die grootste uitgawe wat aan die Windhoekse munisipaliteit betaal moet word,” sê Erna von Dewitz van die kinderhuis.
Indien enige iemand hulle harte en beursies kan oopmaak, om te help, sal dit opreg waardeer word. Van die items wat hulle kort is tamatiesous, koekmeel, bakpoeier, tamatie en uie smoor, hawermout pap en enige toiletware soos skeermesse en voetpoeier. Hulle is ook opsoek na besems, moppe, toiletborsels en enige skoonmaakmiddels.
Donasies kan by die Gereformeerde Kerk Windhoek-Suid afgelewer word of direk na Huis Maerua geneem word. Indien besighede of individue op ‘n ander manier ‘n bydrae wil lewer,stuur ‘n epos aan Erna by [email protected]

Similar News

 

Court investigators boost child support claims

1 week ago - 19 October 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] landmark appointment last year of ten maintenance investigators to nine magistrate courts to boost child support cases, has yielded positive results with...

Support for 2021 census

3 weeks ago - 01 October 2020 | Local News

Old Mutual handed over a sponsorship of N$120 000 to the Namibia Statistics Agency as a means to mobilise Better Data, Better Decisions and Better...

Access to information essential

4 weeks ago - 28 September 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) is commemorated today (28 September) under the theme “Access to Information - Saving lives,...

Oshetu residents say no to move

1 month - 10 September 2020 | Local News

People living in Oshetu informal settlement at Okahandja object to plans by the ministry of urban and rural development (MURD) to relocate them to a...

Okahandja land grabbers must leave

1 month - 31 August 2020 | Local News

Okahandja • [email protected] Court Judge Collins Parker on Friday granted a court order to the Okahandja town council and minister of urban and rural development...

Lockdown measures divide Namibia

2 months ago - 24 August 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] and alarming are adjectives deputy health minister Esther Utjiua Muinjangue used to characterise the current infection rate in Namibia, adding that the...

Fleet upgrade for city cops

2 months ago - 05 August 2020 | Local News

In the past 5 years, the Road Fund Administration (RFA) has allocated N$177.2 million to the City of Windhoek towards road maintenance and traffic law...

Another repatriation flight this month

2 months ago - 04 August 2020 | Local News

Another repatriation is being planned by the German embassy in Windhoek and Lufthansa, to fly German citizens in Namibia back home. At the moment, Lufthansa...

Internet access a ‘basic human right’ – CoW

3 months ago - 15 July 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] to arguments heard this morning, internet access is a basic human right.This was stated during a public hearing by the Communications Regulatory...

Housing remains vastly inadequate

3 months ago - 13 July 2020 | Local News

Windhoek • [email protected] it was projected that Namibia would be 66% urbanised by 2020, the powers that be failed to respond through appropriate strategies to...

Latest News

Namibia ready for Eilat!

23 hours ago | Sports

The world watched on Sunday and Monday, as the Namibian Esports team took on the team from South Africa online in the Southern Africa Region...

Hot hockey on the cards

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Sports

The Namibia National Inline Hockey (NIIHA) team trials where held last weekend and while the temperature outside was hot, the action inside was on fire!This...

Micro grant for Gobabis foundation

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Society

The Light for the Children Foundation in Gobabis received N$180 000 from the German embassy's micro project fund to implement safety measures at its school...

Aiming for top cycling honours

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Sports

The Nedbank Desert Dash is the principle for every cyclist, and this year, the Namibia Cleaning Chemical Solutions (NCCS) Cymot Pro Cycling team says the...

Purchasing property for the parents

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Life Style

It is not uncommon for those who find themselves in a better financial position than that of their parents, to purchase a property on their...

Rural residents receive food parcels

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Social Issues

The Namibia Red Cross in collaboration with the health ministry and with the assistance of NamibRE last week donated food parcels to 50 vulnerable households...

A history of violence

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Social Issues

Windhoek • Jana-Mari SmithNamibia’s grim epidemic of violence against women could be partly traced to decades of violent oppression by colonial and apartheid forces and...

Changemakers reach out

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Social Issues

In a bid to continue creating positive change in communities, volunteering employees of the Capricorn Group spent time with over 100 orphans, vulnerable children and...

Poiya Media: A success story

1 day - 27 October 2020 | Business

As Poiyah Media celebrates over 1000 days in business, it welcomed its sixth group of interns to its public relations agency.Since inception, Poiyah Media not...

Load More