Micro-Project Fund of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
The micro-project fund is available for projects which aim at improving the living conditions of the poorest and most disadvantaged population groups and the promotion of gender equality. The fund is managed directly by the German Embassy in Windhoek. The ultimate goal is "helping people to help themselves", i.e. people are assisted and directly involved in improving their livelihoods, therefore guaranteing sustainability.
Local non-governmental organisations, self-help groups, churches and recognised associations, applying for financial support, enter into agreements with the German Embassy in Windhoek on the implementation of the project.
On Friday 31 July 2015 an agreement was signed by Mr. Ullrich Kinne, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and Dr. Klaus-Peter Störmer, as Chairperson and Gisela Lesar-Müller as Secretary of the welfare organisation “Support in Namibia of Albinism Sufferers Requiring Assistance” (SINASRA).
Special Telescopic Spectacles for visually impaired Albinos
The ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a classroom for the Basketball Artists School took place on Monday, 21 July 2014, at the Katutura Sports Complex. BAS was founded in February 2010 by the German basketball expert Frank Albin with support of the German non-profit organisation ISIBINDI e.V.
Ground-Breaking Ceremony for the Classroom of the Basketball Artists School