NGO Praises Govt Over Road Construction

KASODA praises government and Roads Authority for constructing a 22-km access road

The newly established Kabbe South Development Association (KASODA) in Namibia has praised government and Roads Authority for constructing a 22-km access road between Izimwe and Nakabolelwa that the community-driven organisation feels will boost economic and social development in Kabbe South.
 
Currently KASODA, whose grand patron is Masubia Chief Kisco Liwani III, has 18 founding members led by Advocate Shakwa Nyambe, although its membership is open to all adults of Kabbe South and to others, in accordance with the constitution of KASODA that promotes grassroots development.
 
KASODA wants Namibian corporates, non-governmental organisations, individuals and other donors to proactively put into practice their social responsibility programme by ploughing back into rural communities and supporting the association by funding gardening and other community projects.
 
To read the article titled, “Striving for community upliftment in Kabbe South,” click here.

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