Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (1/2 day) for a total of 2 ½ days (20-22 August). Six youth with disabilities with the support of SAFOD will create and learn how to maintain a website for NFPDN. Also included will be training on how to utilize social media and general concepts of disability mainstreaming.
With the main theme, “Wake up and do it for yourself: To promote and advance local AT solutions for Southern Africa,” the Southern Africa Assistive Technology EXPO (SAATE) is part of the Assistive Technology Information Mapping Project (AT-Info-Map),
Rotary Club of Windhoek officially handed over wheelchairs received from the UK Wheelchair Foundation, Tuesday, 26 November at 2PM, at NUST Hotel School on Beethoven Street, in Windhoek West. Wheelchair were given to individuals and Ministry of Health. A big Thank you to the Rotary Club.
The Southern Africa Federation of the Disabled (SAFOD) organized a full-day workshop on the UNCRPD National Monitoring Mechanism in Windhoek, Namibia, on 23 August 2018. The workshop was sponsored by FFO (Norwegian Federation of Organizations of Disabled People).
On the 3rd to 5th of December the Namibia Organisation of Youth Disability Congress had a Congress themed “The Future is Accessible”, in Windhoek, Namibia.
Commemorations of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, on the 5 December 2019, at the Disability Resource Centre in Okuryangava, Windhoek, Namibia.
Mental health walk took place this Saturday, 2 November, in order to raise awareness about the issue in the country.