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An evaluation of the welfare and future prospects of repatriated Namibians in northern Namibia

by Chris Tapscott

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Published by Namibian Institute for Social and Economic Research in Windhoek .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia.
    • Subjects:
    • Return migration -- Namibia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementChris Tapscott, Ben Mulongeni.
      SeriesResearch report ;, 3, Research report (Namibian Institute for Social and Economic Research) ;, 3.
      ContributionsMulongeni, Ben.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJV9025.N3 T36 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination55 leaves :
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1392717M
      ISBN 109991670106
      LC Control Number92982872

      Ministry Of Gender Equality And Child Welfare Phone and Map of Address: Juvenis Building Independence Ave, Windhoek, Namibia, Namibia, Business Reviews, Consumer Complaints and Ratings for Government Departments in Namibia. Contact Now!3/5(4). Analysis - More human remains seized by German colonisers in the early 20th century have been returned to Namibia. But the formal apology Namibians are calling for is still a long way off.

      With these considerations in mind, the provision of child welfare grants in Namibia as a cash-based form of social assistance provided to OVC is noteworthy, as this social protection programme has the potential to reduce short-term and intergenerational poverty. household income in Namibia comes from employment (NHIES of ). PIT changes affect - government and household incomes,employment, and household welfare and income distribution, while CIT changes impact investment decisions, potentially altering the incentive structure and the attractiveness of the country as an investment destination.

      4 MINORITIES IN INDEPENDENT NAMIBIA SOURCE: UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP), NAMIBIA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT Figure 1: Human Development Index by language group, and 1 0 San Rukavango Silozi Oshiwambo Damara/Nama Otjiherero Namibia whole Setswana Afrikaans HDI . Republic of Namibia Namibia’s Fourth National Development Plan Namibia’s Fourth National Development Plan /13 to /17 “CHANGING GEAR TOWARDS VISION ” monitoring and evaluation MG Maintenance Grant MSME micro, small- or medium-scale enterprise NBC.


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An evaluation of the welfare and future prospects of repatriated Namibians in northern Namibia by Chris Tapscott Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evaluation of the welfare and future prospects of repatriated Namibians in northern Namibia. Windhoek: Namibian Institute for Social and Economic Research, [] (OCoLC) World Bank (), ; Preston (), ; C. Tapscott and B. Mulongeni () An Evaluation of the Welfare and Future Prospects of Repatriated Namibians in Northern Namibia, Research Report No.3 (Windhoek: Namibian Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Namibia, August), pp– Google ScholarAuthor: Jaremey R.

McMullin. and B. Mulongeni, 'An Evaluation of the Welfare and Future Prospects of Repatriated Namibians in Northern Namibia', Research Report No. 3, NISER, Windhoek, Author: Chris Tapscott.

Tapscott, C. & B. Mulongeni, ‘An Evaluation of the Welfare and Future Prospects of Repatriated Namibians in Northern Namibia’, Research Report, no.

3, Windhoek: Namibia Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Namibia. Google ScholarCited by: 1. In a publication, 'An evaluation of the welfare and future prospects of repatriated Namibians in Northern Namibia', written by Mulongeni and Chris Tapscott inthe authors forewarned about.

A more complete list of non-governmental organizations active in Namibia is contained in NGO's Active in Namibia, Namibia Foundation, Namibia has also received extensive assistance from donor agencies and international organizations in the area of children's rights and programmes.

The resource book on the introduction of the Basic Income Grant (BIG) in Namibia presents the welfare situation of the country. Empirical evidence also shows that poverty and inequality in Namibia are evident right at the periphery (shacks and informal houses) of the capital city, Windhoek.

Republic of Namibia, for making funding available to enable the Namibia Statistics Agency to collect relevant, quality and timely statistics that are needed for informed and evidence-based decision making. We are confident that this report will inform the efforts of Government to address child poverty in Namibia.

John Steytler Statistician. Economic Empowerment (BEE) interventions in Namibia. We are all deliberately in search of a bold and comprehensive calling that will enable all strata of the society to do the right thing. BEE is a national calling which must be inclusive and dynamic propelling us towards a better future, as well as the realization of Namibia’s Vision This report presents an analysis of poverty and inequality in Namibia based on the ex-penditure data from the / Namibia Household Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES) conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics.

The main analytical purpose of the report is to establish a new set of poverty lines for Namibia based on the Cost of Ba-File Size: 1MB. Tamas, K. After return: repatriated exiles in independent Namibia (No. 15). Namibian Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Namibia.

Tapscott, C., & Mulongeni, B. An evaluation of the welfare and future prospects of repatriated Namibians in northern Namibia (Vol. Namibian Institute for Social and Economic. Namibia coverssquare kilometres, and shares boarders with Angola, Botswana and the Republic of South Africa.

Namibia has a population of around two million, with a growth rate of % per annum, and said to be declining. Namibia is sparsely populated with a concentration of population in the six northern regions. NAMIBIA ORCE VEY 1 Chapter 1: Introduction The Namibia Labour Force Survey (NLFS) is the fifth survey since independence in and the first to be conducted by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA).

The survey was a joint effort with the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare (MoLSW).File Size: 5MB. Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare, Windhoek, Namibia. K likes. The Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare (MPESW) was established in and mandated with the /5(1).

Namibia could not afford to be left out of the global and knowledge-based economies. It also desired to be a contributor to the global market and not a passive recipient and participant. Government’s vision was for a skilled and knowledgeable people equipped to participate in and contribute towards the growth of Namibia as a lead player.

Namibia Survey Namibia DHS, Language English Recommended Citation The Nambia Ministry of Health and Social Services - MoHSS - and ICF International. The Namibia Demographic and Health Survey Windhoek, Namibia: MoHSS/Namibia and ICF International.

Download Citation RIS format / Text format / Endnote format Publication ID FRCited by:   The “return of the skulls”, as it was frequently phrased in the Namibian media, from Berlin back to Namibia in Octoberi.e. after more than years after their pilferage, was and is a cornerstone of Namibian postcolonial history and a seminal moment in the entangled history of both Namibia and Germany.

Many Namibians viewed these. The world is very unfair. *** *** SMS Of The Day ALFREDO T Hengari, the classification of Namibia as an upper middle-income country is through the makings of your boss' governance.

Education represents an investment in the future of a free and independent Namibia. Namibians will be better prepared than most of their neighbors to shoulder that burden. The governing authorities have placed a high priority on housing as part of its civic action program.

GDR-Children of Namibia is a colloquial term denoting black Namibian children that were raised in East Germany, also known as the German Democratic Republic (GDR).During the South African Border War, the children of hundreds of Namibian refugees and political exiles were resettled and educated in the GDR from were repatriated to Namibia upon that country's formal independence.

NAMIBIA is classified as a lower-middle-income country by the World Bank, but a large number of its inhabitants live in deprivation.

While this is a largely undisputed fact, there is much less.Policy is a reflection of the country’s history and its aspirations for the future. Namibia’s Foreign Policy monitoring and evaluation of Agendaits Ten Year Implementation Plan and the Flagship Projects.

Namibia and that cooperation in this area would be of great benefit to both countries.Migration in Namibia: A Country Profile iii FOREWORD The Government of the Republic of Namibia and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are pleased to release the country’s first Migration Profile, prepared under the guidance of the Technical Working Group chaired by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration (MHAI).