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  • World Aids Day 2011
    World Aids Day 2011
    On December 1, the U.S. Embassy teamed up with NBC Radio to produce “Ask the Experts!”, a live, mobile radio broadcast during the “Young and Cool” timeslot from 14h00 to 17h00.  The public asked questions about HIV/AIDS with  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Country Director Dr. David Lowrance and USAID Country Director Ms. Elzadia Washington.  The two appeared individually at different sites around Windhoek with the NBC mobile broadcasting units.  This was an opportunity for the public to ask questions of American experts working on HIV/AIDS issues in the areas of public health and development.  Participants who asked questions live on the air received a free gift.  The sites visited were Shoprite Katutura, U.N. Plaza and the Delhi Supermarket in Otjimuise.
  • Volunteerism Workshop, June 18, 2011
    Volunteerism Workshop, June 18, 2011
    The U.S. Embassy, in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program, Physically Active Youth, the City of Windhoek and Young Achievers, held a one-day conference on volunteerism, entitled "Namibia's Future Today:  The Youth Taking Pride in Volunteering," on Saturday, June 18, 2011, at the Dawid Bezuidenhoudt High School in Khomasdal.
  • MCC CEO's Visit to Namibia, June 5-9, 2011
    MCC CEO's Visit to Namibia, June 5-9, 2011

    The Millennium Challenge Corporation CEO, Daniel Yohannes, visited Namibia June 5-9, 2011. Mr. Yohannes’s visit to Namibia included meetings with high-level Namibian Government officials and MCA Namibia Staff and Compact beneficiaries.  He also visited MCC-funded projects in Northern Namibia that have focused on the improvement of schools for young learners and college students, the harvesting and processing of indigenous natural products (Eudafano),  the promotion of sustainable rangeland management and improved livestock productivity, and the development tourism enterprises in conservancies. This was Mr. Yohannes’s first visit to Namibia in his capacity as MCC CEO.