U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton and Hon Dr. Bernard Haifiku, Minister of Health & Social Services at the launch of the USAID HIV Clinical Services Technical Assistance Project in Engela.
U.S. Ambassador visit Early Child Learning Center
U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton shares balloons with children at an Early Child Learning Center in Windhoek where he saw how a $3 million USAID investment has assisted Namibian children.
Pre-Departure Dinner with Ambassador
Ambassador Daughton: "Congratulations to the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows and Fulbrighters who will soon depart for the United States to begin their new adventures!"
Ambassador Daughton: Shared GES information with some of Namibia’s amazing entrepreneurial talent, innovators willing to #StartTheSpark
Cyber Investigations & Electronic Evidence Workshop
Namibia hosted the Southern Africa Regional Cyber Investigation and Electronic Evidence workshop in Windhoek. The Prosecutor General, Advocate Martha Imalwa joined Ambassador Thomas Daughton in welcoming delegates.ALSO: Story
One young Namibian scientist has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Technology Idea (Tech-I) 2015 competition by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the U.S. Department of State. The competition is offered as part of the Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST) initiative. (PDF 226 KB)
The Namibian Defence Force (NDF) is conducting an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) level-one training program led by the United States navy mobile unit in Otavi. The purpose of the program is to strengthen Namibia's institutional capabilities by training future instructors to identify threats including landmines, detectors, air-dropped bombs and missiles. The participants will pass on their new skills by instructing other members from their respective units. (PDF 164 KB)
Namibia is hosting young African leaders from four countries for a two-week Connect Camp and nine Namibians have been selected to participate along with their colleagues from Botswana, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Swaziland, and Zambia. (PDF 80 KB)
It is a privilege for me to join you today to reinforce two of the themes of this parenting conference: that families are central to the welfare of people affected by HIV; and that informed parents are better able to protect their children.
Climate change is one of our most urgent, complex, and far-reaching challenges. It also presents opportunities to strengthen U.S. and global security and promote economic growth.
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