In order to promote women’s empowerment and to generate awareness of the importance of achieving gender equality, the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Windhoek celebrates women and their accomplishments each Wednesday.
For this week’s #WCW #WednesdayCelebrateWomenUNIC Windhoek celebrates Loide Amadhila, the owner of Namibia’s first online fashion store, 264Online.
Check out Loide’s interview with UNIC Windhoek! Read along as she talks about how her passion for fashion inspired her to start her own online store and explains the vital role information and communication technology (ICT) can play in women’s empowerment. Continue reading
The United Nations Information Centre in Windhoek in collaboration with the Resident Coordinator’s Office held a ceremony on 4 October at A.I. Steenkamp Primary School in Katutura. On a previous occasion where the school was one of twenty five schools receiving soccer balls to enhance sport and fitness at various schools in Windhoek, the Resident Coordinator, Mr. Musinga Bandora was astonished by the depleted state and lack of well functioning computers within the school library. The introduction of ICT on a primary school level has become a necessity to educate the Namibian child in his/her totality and to enhance their learning scope to undertake research.
Vice Principal pictured with Mr Musinga Bandora and learners from AI Steenkamp.