Namibia Land of the Brave
Government of Namibia
Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture
The mandate and actions of the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture is inspired and guided by the National Constitution – Article 20 and National Vision Statement – Vision 2030. The Education and Training Sector Improvement Programme (ETSIP) represents the education and training sector’s response to the call of Vision 2030.
Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service
The Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service (MSYNS) was formed in 2005 mainly to promote the welfare of the Youth in Namibia. It is mandated to provide youth development and empowerment programmes that will ensure that the youth participate initiate and coordinate sport policy development and facilitate the implementation of sport development programmes.
Freedom fight we have won
Rand Merchant Bank Namibia
As proud RMB Namibian citizens we focus on Thinking. Pulling. Together. towards growing our Green and Creative Economy; and improving employment engagement in society. That is why we are a proud sponsor of the Physically Active Youth Program (PAY) in Namibia, to support and nurture the holistic development of young people in low-income communities. We believe that Corporate Social Investment (CSI) is not an ad hoc philanthropic gesture – rather an investment in the growth and future of Namibia’s economy through sustainable education and skills development.
The Self-regulating Alcohol Industry Forum (SAIF) is an association comprising of members that include most of the manufacturers and distributors of alcoholic beverages in Namibia as well as some of the suppliers and service providers to the industry. The Forum’s mission is to reduce alcohol-related harm through combating the misuse and abuse of alcohol beverages and promoting only their responsible use.
The Pupkewitz Foundation
The Pupkewitz Foundation has adopted a broad based approach within areas where real needs exist, primarily in community care, educational endeavours and environmental initiatives. A fair and equitable approach to all enquiries is ensured, where prudent financial custodianship is expected of the beneficiary groups, with the Foundation providing guidance, governance and technical support, thus ensuring transparency and accountability of the parties.
QUALITY EDUCATION IS OUR SHARED RESPONSIBILITY
Our partners in education
Combretum Education Trust: Model Education for a Young Nation
Established in 2002, the Combretum Education Trust exists to enrich education in Namibia in its post-apartheid development. This non-governmental, not-for-profit organization explores innovative approaches to education, especially but not exclusively at the secondary level. The Trust aims to empower young Namibians, providing them with the tools to become global leaders. It practices an accessible admissions policy which allows opportunities for children from all financial and educational backgrounds to obtain quality education in small classes with quality teachers. As well as providing opportunities for excellence for able learners, it also explores the problems underlying poor performances, and looks for practical methods of addressing these.
The Tech Guys
The Tech Guys is a startup that aims to develop the Namibian tech ecosystem. It was founded in 2013 to revolutionize technology adoption in Namibia via a modularized and segmented long term development plan, with the ultimate goal of enabling Namibia to have a viable and robust space economy.