Namib Desert Diamonds (Namdia), the State-owned diamond advertising and gross sales firm, via its company social duty car, the Namdia Basis, and in collaboration with Toivo Nuugulu Logistics, final week distributed roughly 10 000kg of meals to the Omusati area’s communities of Etunda and Oshifo and Kunene area’s
communities of Otjivero and Etanga. Namdia’s first cease, led by the CEO Kennedy Hamutenya, was at Etunda and Oshifo within the Ruacana space, the place the Angolan nationals migrated from drought-stricken areas in Angola. The Angolan nationals travelled afoot for as much as 130km on a journey that took weeks and generally months to achieve the Ruacana areas, with extra arriving every day looking for meals.
With the anticipated arrival of winter, these communities threat publicity to even harsher temperatures, as they sleep out within the open or in makeshift “homes”, produced from numerous supplies they salvage. These communities comprise over 1 400 individuals, together with greater than 50 pregnant girls and over 600
youngsters below the age of six.
The second cease led the Namdia workforce to Ojivero and Etanga within the Opuwo space to satisfy the Ovahimba communities, the place 292 households benefited from the meals parcels. Regardless of the beneficial rain the nation acquired this 12 months, the Kunene area stays below the grip of a lingering drought.