Tackling Climate Change in Rural Namibia

'The Namibian Drip Issue'

This project explores the impacts of climate change in the rural regions of Namibia, specifically the Oshana region. The aim is to derive possible solutions from the impacts discovered in this region.

Financing
10,000 € - fully financed! 100%
Payouts
9.697,79 € 96%
Project progress
Q4 / Q4 100%

Facts

  • Country: Namibia
  • Region: Oshana (in the north of Namibia)
  • Project abbreviation: NAM-001
  • Project start/ project end: May 2021 - March 2022
  • Project budget: NAD $ 187,590.00 (approx. 10,000.00€ exchange rate as of 31.04.2021)
  • Public subsidy: 6.000,00€
  • Scholarship per person: NAD $ 3,600.00 (approx. 200.00€ exchange rate as of 31.04.2021), for one quarter at 8h a week
  • University: Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST)
  • Local partner: Namibia National StudentsOrganization (NANSO)
  • Number of students: 6 (2 female)
  • Supervisor: Dr. Jain Arpit
  • Mentors: Bharti Teotia, Delasi de Souza
  • 3E4A-Coordinator: Contimi Kenfack Mouafo / Tariro Muparadzi

SDGs

Primary SDGs

Secondary SDGs

Project structure

Impressions

Partially funded by Engagement Global with funds from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia

Team

Warren Wayne Thomas

Uahengisa Katjizuko

JD Erasmus

Jodee Van der Byl

Shaun Kamesiepo

KK Ngenomesho

Mentors

Delasi de Souza

Bharti Theotia