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Following the declaration of the Drought Emergency and in response to the request from Namibia...
In response to a request for assistance made by the Government of Republic of Namibia...
The recurring drought conditions affecting the country were exacerbated during 2016 by one of the...

The Country Programming Framework Namibia 2014 - 2018 sets out priority areas to guide the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) partnership with, and support to, the Government of Namibia (GRN) in the areas of agriculture and food and nutrition security (FNS), water, lands, fisheries and forestry sectors.

The priority areas are: Enabling policy, legal and institutional environment for food and nutrition security and agricultural development; Sustainable agricultural production; Linking farmers to markets; and Improved preparedness to agricultural threats and crises.

Meetings / Workshops / Events

  • 17-22 April 2017 - Farmers’ Information and field day to evaluate and select among improved varieties of cowpea, pearl millet and sorghum to be officially released 2017, Kunene and Oshikoto Region.