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Project: Peter-Hain Kazapua Charity Foundation

The foundation’s primary focus is to provide support to the most vulnerable, disadvantaged, excluded and impoverished communities/individuals in the Omaheke Region of Namibia.

  • job creation
    Creating a regular income for the people of the region
    Here we focus on

    • tour guides
    • lodge staff
    • casual workers
  • infrastructure development
    To improve key infrastructures such as water supply and sanitation.

    • water supply
    • solar panels
    • self-sustainability
  • environmental
    To empower rural communities to manage and conserve local natural resources to create a sustainability

    • wildfire prevention
    • removing invader species
    • food security

Established in 2020

Our primary focus is to provide support to the most vulnerable, disadvantaged, excluded and impoverished communities/individuals in the Omaheke Region of Namibia.

The poverty statistics for Namibia are concerning:
– More than 43% of the Namibian population live in multidimensional poverty.
– Rural areas are poorer than urban areas.
– The incidence of multidimensional poverty is higher among female-headed households.
– The youngest children in Namibia are the poorest (1-4 years).

One of the greatest concerns is how poverty has a deep and long-lasting impact on children’s development both physically and emotionally. The Foundation believes that if poverty is not addressed at an early age it pass on from generation to generation. By improving basic living conditions (clean water, sanitation, electricity and safe heating), supporting and educating people about resilient and sustainable food systems, as well as improving access to education, the foundation hopes to greatly improve the quality of life for rural communities within the Omaheke region.

Our Core Objectives are:
– Food security
– Safe and secure water supply
– Self-sustainability
– Sustainable access to electricity in the form of solar panels
– Infrastructure development
– Wildfire prevention
– Identifying and removing invader plant species

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