Presentazione Happydo Onlus

Happydu Onlus, fondata il 20 dicembre 2010, nasce dall’esperienza di volontariato di due amici che, profondamente colpiti dal periodo trascorso presso un orfanotrofio in Namibia, decisero di mantenere la promessa fatta ai bambini di “non dimenticarli”.

L’obiettivo dell’Associazione è quello di migliorare la qualità della vita di bambini, per lo più orfani, adolescenti e giovani ragazze madri, che vivono in condizioni di estrema precarietà. Viene garantito loro un buon livello di istruzione, supporto sanitario, beni di prima necessità ed educazione sportiva e musicale. Attraverso l'istruzione i bambini imparano a pensare, ragionare ed agire: in una parola a vivere, sia come individui sia come membri di una comunità per un cambiamento inteso come proposta di miglioramento, sviluppo e crescita.

Geingob unveils vision for a prosperous Namibia

The Namibian government has launched the second phase of the Nationhood and National Pride (NNP) program aimed at enhancing and engendering the spirit of nationhood.

The framework has five strategic pillars: National Identity and Nation Branding; Social Cohesion; Governance and Capacity building; Research and Innovation; and Communication, Education and Awareness.

The NNP sets out a clear vision, mission and values that together express national aspirations, syncing fluidly with President Hage Geingob’s grand vision of building “The Namibian House”.

19TH COVID-19 PUBLIC BRIEFING ON THE NATIONAL RESPONSE MEASURES

STATEMENT

BY HIS EXCELLENCY DR. HAGE G. GEINGOB
ON THE OCCASSION OF THE 19TH COVID-19 PUBLIC BRIEFING
ON THE NATIONAL RESPONSE MEASURES

The highlight key measures that will come into force from 22 October 2020 until midnight, 30 November 2020.

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1- ALL travelers (including tourists, business travelers and all Namibians and Permit Holders) who arrive in Namibia with a negative PCR test result, that is not older than 72 hours, will be permitted to proceed to their final destination in the country. The requirement for the mandatory 5 day retest has been withdrawn.

2- All travelers who arrive in Namibia with a negative PCR test result that is older than 72 hours but not older than 7 days, will be permitted to enter the country. However, they will be required to undergo 7-days supervised quarantine at home or tourism facility. In the event that these environments do not fulfill quarantine requirements, the travelers will be placed under mandatory Government quarantine facilities at own cost.

3- Non-Namibians, who do not present a negative COVID- 19 PCR test result, will not be granted entry into the country.

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