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What is TH!NK Namibia?

TH!NK Namibia is a national information campaign which was initially launched in 2015 and is run in different phases. The TH!NK Namibia Campaign serves the interested public and targeted individuals with information and educational content related to aspects of environmental awareness and climate change, water conservation, climate-smart agriculture, sustainable forest management, renewable energies and sustainable development.



05 December 2022
From 07 November to 11 November 2022, the NSFM Project invited 12 representatives of Forest Management Committees of the Kavango Regions to an excursion to the Zambezi Region. The excursion is a key activity of the ‘Promoting Sustainable Forest Manag...
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05 December 2022
From 03 October to 21 October 2022 the ‘Promoting Sustainable Forest Management in the Kavango-Zambezi-Region in Namibia’ (NSFM) Project Had gone for three long weeks in the field to train the members of six Community Forests in Zambezi, Kavango East...
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17 September 2022
The NSFM-Project organised the third Round Table Discussion on the subject ‘Fencing in Community Forests and Conservancies’, this time in Katima Mulilo. Different representatives of the Zambezi Regions’ Traditional Authorities, the Community Forests,...
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13 September 2022
On 07 September 2022, the NSFM Project launched its short educational video clips in Windhoek. These educational video clips are based on the 8 fact sheets on Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) that the project launched earlier this year. The series...
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29 August 2022
After more than two years of purely digital exchanges and extensive Zoom calls, the PROCEED team was finally able to meet in person in Namibia! From April 2nd to 15th, representatives from Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI), University of Bayreut...
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29 July 2022
On 20 July 2022, the NSFM-Project held its first national conference at Safari Court Hotel and Conference Centre in Windhoek. The conference – officially endorsed by the Parliament of the Republic of Namibia, the Ministry of Environment (MEFT), Fores...
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