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Windhoek, 29 September - Parliamentarians Commit To Be Champions For Children. Regional parliamentarian meeting closes with a commitment to Strengthen Planning, Budgeting and Accountability for Nutrition

Windhoek, 25 September - Fighting Malnutrition: One Of The Most Cost-Effective Investments A Country Can Make. Parliament of Namibia, Inter Parliamentary Union and UNICEF host regional parliamentarian meeting to galvanize action and advance nutrition goals in Southern Africa

Windhoek, 16 June - Namibia calls for end to child marriages as country commemorates Day of the African Child, Groot Aub, Namibia

Windhoek, 06 March - Passing of Namibia’s Child Care and Protection Bill, is a major milestone for the country, UNICEF says

Windhoek, 19 January - Making investments in Early Childhood Development in Namibia: It is Time to Act


Windhoek, 20 November - Namibia celebrates achievements on children’s rights since the UNCRC was adopted

Windhoek, 01 October - The 1st Gender Justice in Namibia Colloquium unveils to end violence against children and women and gender based violence

Windhoek, 16 September - Op-ed for Launch of “A Promise Renewed” 2014 Progress Report, Namibia

Windhoek, 1 September 2014 - “A Promise Renewed” for Child Survival and Improved Nutrition Kick-Off in Namibia

UNICEF teams up with musician BANKS to empower girls through football

Severe drought puts millions at risk in Angola and Namibia

Namibia Education Transition Fund launched to improve quality education

Government of Japan unveils a US$1.5 million grant to improve health and nutrition for Namibia's women and children

Teen Club in Namibia helps children living with HIV transition into adolescence

Graça Machel applauds Namibia for strong commitment to scale up nutrition and urges Parliamentarians and Civil Society to accelerate action

Namibia geared to vaccinate 900,000 children

UNICEF Distributes emergency supplies to flood-affected families in Namibia

Social protection needed to protect and support children affected by HIV and AIDS



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