​Namibian NGOs Face Bleak Future

The categorisation of Namibia as an upper middle-income country has left many orphanages, charities and NGOs in a state of limbo

The categorisation of Namibia as an upper middle-income country has left many orphanages, charities and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in a state of limbo as donors have gradually withdrawn financial assistance.
 
This has in turn compelled some organisations to shut their operations, as there no funds to sustain them, leaving vulnerable children and orphans stranded with no place to call home.
 
This trend has, however, motivated TOV HIV/AIDS Orphans & Vulnerable Children’s Organisation in Tsumeb – one of the civil organisations affected by the cuts in funding – to venture into horticulture to sustain their operations in difficult times.
 
To read the article titled, “Orphanage ventures into horticulture,” click here.

Source: 
newera.com

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