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The Sam Nujoma Foundation (SNF) is a non-profit organisation that was established in 2005. It is currently operating under the mandate of the Founding President’s office. The foundation is governed by a Deed of Trust with the objectives of pursuing self-reliance and capacity building in the benefit of all Namibians, irrespective of race, religion, gender, creed or ethnic origin. The Sam Nujoma Foundation was officially launched on 18 February 2005 and is led by a Seven Member Board of Trustees, assisted by a three member ad-hoc Management Committee.
As we all know how water is important for the continuation of life on the earth. It is the most basic need of everyone (human being, animal, plant and other microorganisms). Water is the unique source of life, without water we cannot imagine the life here. Life on other planets is not possible just because of the absence of water. It is considered as the most important among other known celestial bodies.$0.00 donated
At the turn of the 19th century, there were approximately 1 000 000 rhinos. In 1970, there were around 70 000. Today, there are only around 28 000 rhinos surviving in the wild. Three of the five species of rhino are 'critically endangered' as defined by the IUCN (World Conservation Union). The southern white rhino is classified by the IUCN in the lesser category of being 'near threatened'; the greater one-horned rhino is classified as 'vulnerable - this is considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild. In 2016, some of us are lucky enough to be able to travel to Africa and Asia to see them in the wild. In 2026, when our children have grown up, will they still be able to see wild rhinos?$0.00 donated
When unemployment becomes a pervasive problem, there are often increased calls for protectionism and severe restrictions on immigration. Protectionism can not only lead to destructive tit-for-tat retaliation among countries, but reductions in trade harm the economic well-being of all trading partners. Other social costs include how people interact with each other. Studies have shown that times of elevated unemployment often correlate both with less volunteerism and higher crime. Elevated crime makes sense because, absent a wage-paying job, people may turn to crime to meet their economic needs or simply to alleviate boredom. The volunteerism decline does not have an obvious explanation, but could perhaps be tied to the negative psychological impacts of being jobless or perhaps even resentment toward those who do not have a job.$0.00 donated
Education is very important for our country development.
Education is a vehicle for personal transformation, a point where generations of Namibians’ visions of their lives meet the demands of regional and national economies.Donate to cause