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Welcome to CIVIC +264

The aim of CIVIC +264 is to create a database of all active civil society organizations in Namibia and a website for information sharing amongst those civil societies.

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26 December 2019
General News
THE NAMIBIA National Association of Deaf (NNAD) says it is time sign language is recognised on the same level as indigenous languages and be promoted with the same passion.These were remarks the executive director of Namibia National Association for the Deaf, Linekela Nanyeni, made during an interview with The Namibian on Friday.The Namibia National Association for the Deaf held a week-long worksh...
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11 December 2019
Elections 2019 Presidential & National Assembly
During the recent Presidential and National Assembly Elections in November, 81 election observers trained by NID monitored the voting process on the ground. They were deployed in nine of Namibias regions: Kharas, Khomas, Erongo, Ohangwena , Omaheke, Omusati, Oshikoto, Otjozondjupa, and finally Zambezi.In those nine regions they covered a total of 22 contituencies: Khomasdal, John Pandeni, Karasbur...
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11 December 2019
General News
Website of CIVIC +264 has been launched. The CIVIC +264 website (www.civic264.org.na) is a unique resource that provides an overview of all active Civil Society Organisation (CSO) working in Namibia. Website of CIVIC +264 has been launched. The CIVIC +264 website (www.civic264.org.na) is a unique resource that provides an overview of all active Civil Society Organisation (CSO) worki...
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09 October 2019
General News
WINDHOEK - The African Pathfinder Leaders Initiative (APLI Namibia) celebrated its 1st anniversary in the capital recently. Launched in September 2018, the initiative provides training opportunities to Namibian youth, equipping them with the key skills, resources and networks to actively achieve their personal and professional aspirations as well as to contribute to socio-economic development...
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