The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) has invested N$2.8 million to its social funding fund for tasks geared toward bettering the lives of the Namibian nation throughout its 2020/21 monetary yr, Namport’s business govt, Elisa Hasheela, stated.
By way of the Namport Social Funding Fund, Namport invests in worthwhile neighborhood tasks which embrace constructing of instructional infrastructure, well being infrastructure, medical tools and different social wants.
The newest benefactor of the social fund was the 5 Rand Main College within the Otjozondjupa area. The fund final week Thursday donated two school rooms with a price ticket of N$300,000 to the college.
“We nonetheless consider strongly that there’s a want for a collective and strong interventionist technique to organize the nation for an uptake to serving to many younger Namibians develop into turning into lively taking part members of our economic system,” trustee member of the Namport Social Funding Fund, Irene Simeon-Kurtz, stated.
Since its inception in 2006, the fund with the primary goal to be a great company citizen has ploughed N$35 million again into the 14 areas of the nation.
Caley Faustina, Deputy Minister of Schooling Arts and Tradition formally inaugurating the 2 school rooms on the 5 Rand Main College in Okahandja as Irene Simeon-Kurtz, NSIF Trustee member seems to be on.