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UNCT sign Condolence Book at Embassy of Egypt Windhoek
The Holocaust and Human Dignity

Photo accreditation: Mr Joseph Ilonga.

Risk for children goes digital

Source: DORCAS MHUNGU,NamibianSun,10 Feb. 2016

Danger lurks in an invisible place

Source: dorcas@namibiansun.com, NamibianSun,11 Feb. 2016

Journalists trained on Emergency and Disaster Reporting
MODEL UN PROGRAMME EXHIBIT
Human Development Report launched in Namibia

What are the benefits of family planning?

UNDP Namibia celebrate 50th Anniversary
Climate Change & Paris Agreement Educational Outreach

For more information, visit UNIC Windhoek website: http://bit.ly/1QjktcY

Holocaust Educational outreach at Immanuel Shifidi Secondary School
A fun first training for Model UN delegates at St Paul’s College
UNRC visit Klein Karas Community

Adolescent pregnancies

UNIC Windhoek celebrates World Wildlife Day
The UN System in Namibia marches for ‘Zero Tolerance for GBV’ on International Women’s Day
UNIC Windhoek launches #WednesdayCelebrateWomen social media campaign
UNICEF Namibia in action - outreach to Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres
UNICEF Namibia in action - NFA Galz & Goals
Taking stock of ASRHR in Namibia - First Lady of Namibia wins award
Automatic Weather Station installed at Okangwati, Kunene Region
School Meals Fight Hunger And Promote Learning In Namibia
Namibia explores Cash and Vouchers System as Social Safety Net option
Namibia Celebrates World Press Freedom Day & 25th Anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration
National Launch of the Domestication of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Africa Agenda 2063.
Namibia Stakeholders Consultation Meeting, Wednesday, March 16, 2016

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UN System in Namibia launches 'Prosperous Paths'
Government and UNICEF Mid-term Review Meeting ©UNICEFNamibia/2016/R van Wyk
Omaheke Active Case Search (EPI and Surveillance)
Channel 7’s Mouton to participate in RAF Memorial Journalists Fellowship Programme
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