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News Archive

June 2019

Visit to NaDEET was a Lifetime Experience

Teachers, institutional workers and management from the Brukkaros School Cluster in the //Kharas Region reflected on their recent workshop at NaDEET: “It was awesome, fun, adventurous and a learning experience. I now have better knowledge to help save the environment and the programme was so practical. I am now 100% of the SDGs”. Thank you to the Namibia Project for your long standing support of this community.

May 2019

NaDEET starts Sustainable Gardening Project

In our continuous effort to be more sustainable, we have commenced with establishing a sustainable gardening project. The project aims to produce fresh food for our Centre programmes and importantly to be a teaching garden.  It is part of a larger renovation project to modernize our operational base. The realization of this garden project was made possible by sponsorship from the Reinke family from Germany.

April 2019

Regional Celebration of UNESCO-Japan ESD Prize

“Closing the gap between learning for the environment and practicing for the environment”- were the words spoken by Hon. Deputy Minister of Education Anna Hipondoka to congratulate NaDEET in her keynote address at the celebration event in Windhoek. With the 2017 prize winner Sihlengeni Primary School from Zimbabwe, the event brought together international and local EE/ESD stakeholders to celebrate and share ideas. After the celebration, a fortunate group of 20 delegates travelled to NaDEET Centre for a two-day hands-on learning experience. Read here the reflections of one of the participants.

March 2019

Sustainable Activity House comes alive

The Urban Sustainability Centre was buzzing with life when it hosted the Westside High School Environmental Club for the first official programmes of the year. Learners from grades 4-7 were excited to try out the new activity stations in the Sustainable Activity House during the half day programmes that were hosted over 2 days. “NaDEET is a very nice place, we enjoyed the company and the staff is phenomenal. I enjoyed the shower the most, now I know I can use a cup to brush my teeth” said a grade 7 learner at the end of her visit.

February 2019

First Aid for Staff

 In gearing up for the new year, NaDEET Centre staff received their first aid certification in a three day training course. The course ended with simulation of potential incidences that provided the knowledge to assist colleagues and visitors in medical emergencies. It was a refresher to those who had taken the course before and just what the new staff members needed in preparation for working with groups. 

January 2019

Celebrating Ousie’s 10 years of Service for NaDEET

Ousie (Elizabeth Lammert) was awarded with NaDEET’s first long service award on her 10 years anniversary at NaDEET. As a Sustainable Kitchen Educator, Ousie has interacted and inspired many NaDEET participants and visitors through different programmes and we are honored to have her guiding and leading our team at NaDEET as Sustainable Kitchen Educator and Homestead Manager. 

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