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Who would spend two weeks on vacation in Namibia with the desert on one side and the ocean on the other? We did and it is one or our all time favorite spots
At the end of a game drive in the Namib Rand Reserve in Namibia. What a great view!
South Africa occupied the German colony of South-West Africa during World War I and administered it as a mandate until after World War II, when it annexed the territory. In 1966 the Marxist South-West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) guerrilla group launched a war of independence for the area that was soon named Namibia, but it was not until 1988 that South Africa agreed to end its administration in accordance with a UN peace plan for the entire region. Namibia has been governed by SWAPO since the country won independence in 1990. Hifikepunye POHAMBA was elected president in November 2004 in a landslide victory replacing Sam NUJOMA who led the country during its first 14 years of self rule.
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Namibia is the soul of Africa, characterised by vast open spaces, breathtaking scenery and great contrasts - ocean, dunes, mountains and deserts. This vast desert country of rolling dunes and swirling mists stirs the spirit and moves the heart. ...
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WINDHOEK, Namibia, 28 October 2009—A novel idea for children has become a reality, now that the Namibian Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration has set up an office in the maternity ward at Katutura State Hospital, the main public hospital in Windhoek. This UNICEF-supported effort is designed to ensure that every child born at the hospital receives a birth certificate.
In Namibia, 81 per cent of women deliver their babies in a hospital, yet 40 per cent of Namibian children under the age of five lack birth certificates. Children without birth certificates are more vulnerable to abuse, trafficking and early marriage, and have less access to government services and schooling.
In this case, the Ministry of Health is providing facilities and the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration provides the staff to register the children, said UNICEF Representative in Namibia Ian MacLeod.
They have broken down the traditional barriers of ministries not working together in the best interest of kids, he added
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Take a tour of Ghost Town of Kolmanskop in Namibia – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Namibia's Ghost Town of Kolmanskop is a fascinating piece of history.
Deserted since around 1954, it was once a bustling village.
A diamond rush in 1908 brought fortune seekers here from around the world.
The town once boasted a casino, theater, ballroom, and more.
Particularly noticeable is the influence of German settlers.
The Namib desert has now reclaimed much of built-up the land.
Kolmanskop serves as an intriguing reminder of the whims of time.
Take a tour of Desert Landscape of Sossusvlei in Namibia – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
One of the most compelling features of Namibia is the astounding landscape of Sossusvlei, a part of the Namib desert.
This clay-pan, even though situated in a desert, is occasionally flooded by the Tsauchab River, but mostly remains dry year round.
Hiking and trekking on the huge red sand dunes is an incredible experience as you get to gorge on the colorful and ethereal panorama around.
For a comfortable stay amidst an adventure, there are numerous guest houses and lodges for those who seek to travel to this awe-inspiring land.
One can sight numerous dead trees in the landscape, especially in the region called Dead Vlei.
These were known to be the camel-thorn trees, green and very much alive, until they stopped receiving water from Tsauchab River.
What makes Sossusvlei really interesting is that the shape of the dunes keeps on changing because of the strong wind currents that blow in the desert.
UNICEF's Eva Gilliam reports on the need for increased social cash-transfer grants for Namibia's foster children.
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UNICEF's Suzanne Beukes reports on the devastating floods in northern Namibia and efforts by UNICEF and its partners to provide humanitarian aid and protection to affected children and women.