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The latest conservation and sustainable development news from NNF.


Community Led Total Sanitation training to roll-out in Kavango

Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) is a new approach to 'trigger' large scale community action to stop open defecation (OD) and build and use household toilets, using the energies, resources, and dynamism of communities. This approach focuses on the whole community, rather than on individual action, and gives more emphasis to behavior change, rather than simply building toilets - an approach which is more sustainable. …  

15 Nov 2013 | News

Namibia awarded 'Gift to the Earth'

On Saturday 26 October the Adventure Travel World Summit was officially opened by His Excellency President Hifikepunye Pohamba in Parliament Gardens. From the 28 October, when a dinner will be held in the moon landscape near Swakopmund, until the 31 October, delegates will meet in private session at the coast.…  

31 Oct 2013 | News

5th IPCC report on climate change

Snapshots from the 5th IPCC report on climate change have just been released.…  

8 Oct 2013 | News

Pollution threaten fish resources

KATIMA MULILO - The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources in partnership with the EU funded Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) Fisheries programme held a stakeholders workshop to sensitise fishing communities in the Kavango Zambezi Trans Frontier Conservation Area (KAZA-TFCA) about the conservation and management of fisheries resources.…  

23 Sep 2013 | News

Village bicycle tourism business in Linyanti

Wheels of Africa should not be confused with Wheels of Change, whose Montana team have also supported Wheels of Africa with a shipment of bikes, but more recently sent a container to the village of Linyanti in far northeastern Namibia. BEN Namibia has coordinated logistics and provided training with support from NEIA and German brake manufacturer.…  

18 Sep 2013 | News

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