Namibia

Namibia Red Cross

With food hard to come by, drought stricken families turn to Red Cross soup kitchen for nourishment

With food hard to come by, drought stricken families turn to Red Cross soup kitchen for nourishment

Namibia experiences its worst drought in 80 years, due to El Nino

Rural families bear the brunt of devastating drought in Namibia

Rural families bear the brunt of devastating drought in Namibia

Families struggle as the worst drought in 80 years hits Namibia

Food rations save lives in Namibia

Food rations save lives in Namibia

The Red Cross uses cash transfers and food rations to support drought affected farmers

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Address:

No 2128 Independance Avenue
P.O. Box346
Windhoek

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 346
Windhoek

Contact Information:

Tel: (264) (61) 413 750
Fax: (264) (61) 228 949
Email: enquiries@redcross.org.na
Web: http://www.redcross.org.na

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • Chairperson: Prof. Peter KATJAVIVI
  • Patron: . Vacant Position
  • Secretary General: Ms Dorkas KAPEMBE-HAIDUWA
  • Finance Manager: Ms Yonasani NGOBI
  • PMER Officer: Ms Hilma KAMBUNDU
  • Director of Programs: Mr David ITANA
  • Communication Coordinator: Ms Saara IIPINGE
  • Acting Manager: Human Resources: Mr Tuhafeni FABIAN
  • Head Coordinator Resource Mobilisation: Ms Rosemary NALISA
  • Acting Director of Programmes: Mr Laemi ONESMUS
  • National Coordinator:Organisational Development: Mr Rodney CLOETE
  • National Manager : Disaster Management: Mr Bruce MASULE SIYAMBANGO

Latest appeals

12 November 2015
Namibia - Food Insecurity (MDRNA009)
Namibia - Operations Update No. 2
26 October 2015
Namibia - Food Insecurity (MDRNA009)
Namibia - Operations Update No. 1
30 September 2015
Namibia - Food Insecurity (MDRNA009)
Namibia - Emergency Appeal
7 October 2014
Namibia - Drought (MDRNA008)
Namibia - Final Report
31 March 2014
Namibia - Floods (MDRNA007)
Namibia - DREF Operation Final Report

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