2016 has been a successful and exciting year for the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Windhoek! In celebration of its accomplishments, UNIC Windhoek will highlight its 2016 programmes on social media from Monday, 19 December through Saturday, 31 December through its #UNICrecap campaign.
The National Information Officer to Namibia, Anthea Basson, says that many new initiatives were started in 2016.
“The UNIC Windhoek team worked very hard throughout the year. Not only did we expand our existing programmes, including Model United Nations Namibia (MUNNAM) and UN4U, we introduced creative initiatives such as the Namibia Agreement, the High School Practicum Programme and #PeacePals while at the same time raising awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),” Basson said.
The Namibia Agreement, an agreement to take climate action signed by Namibian students on 22 April when world leaders were signing the historic Paris Agreement, was one of the many initiatives that focused on addressing climate change that UNIC Windhoek implemented this year. Continue reading