In Research this Week: Abortion on Demand

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Writers for children fiction short stories awarded

Namibia-Wales ‘Fiction for Children’ Competition 2020 Outstanding fiction stories for children were submitted during the Namibia-Wales ‘Fiction for Children’ writing competition, under the auspices of the Phoenix Project.  The writing competition was... Read more »

The brawls of online learning: A students’ perspective

Naango Kainge Ever since a State of Emergency was declared in March, higher education institutions had to immediately transition from face-to-face teaching, to complete online education, to prevent the spread of the... Read more »

C&M warming hearts – with Friday cup-a-soup

Armed with foam cups, brotchens and a warm winter soup, the Communications and Marketing department at the University of Namibia drives around main campus halting here and there, at the sight of... Read more »

Behold, Anicia Peters begins her reign

UNAM welcomes new Pro- Vice Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Development The UNAM community yesterday welcomed Associate Professor Anicia Peters on board UNAM’s executive team as the university’s new Pro-Vice Chancellor (PVC)... Read more »

In Research this Week: Sanitation and Hygiene in Ohangwena Region

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School of Public Health graduate 33 practitioners

Since it became a standalone school in 2016, the School of Public Health is graduating its first cohort with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (Honours) degree this year. All graduates... Read more »

“Communities will always need public health practitioners” – School of Public Health

Should medical doctors and nurses not suffice during pandemics? If there are no disease outbreaks, do public health practitioners go on extended holidays then? Seemingly not. Studying Public Health at the University... Read more »

Hand Sanitizer: Prepared by UNAM

The Faculty of Science and School of Pharmacy manufacture hand sanitiser for the University community, with limited ingredients, to restrict possible coronavirus infection on campuses. The ‘home-made’ hand sanitizer is prepared according... Read more »

Rising above the genocide

Mama Penee: Transcending the Genocide by Uazuvara Ewald Kapombo Katjivena Jahorora Petronella Inaavinuise, better known as Mama Penee, was only eleven years old when her parents were murdered in the genocidal war... Read more »