The AIP Foundation, in partnership with the Embassy of Namibia in France, will organize on 29 June 2018 the seminar Trade, investment and partnerships to strengthen relations between Portugal and Namibia.

The Seminar will be attended by speakers who will present the Namibian Market, its economy and existing business opportunities. It will also allow you to get to know the experience of Portuguese Companies already present in this Country, as well as develop your networking network.

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A Fundação AIP, em parceria com a Embaixada da Namíbia em França, organiza no próximo dia 29 de Junho 2018 o seminário Comércio, investimento e parcerias para potenciar as relações entre Portugal e a Namíbia.

O Seminário contará com a presença de oradores que irão apresentar o Mercado da Namíbia, a sua economia e as oportunidades de negócio existentes. Permitirá igualmente ficar a conhecer a experiência de Empresas Portuguesas já presentes neste País, bem como desenvolver a sua rede de networking.

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Namibia: Africa’s Premier Mining Jurisdiction

Namibia offers the right environment for investment opportunities in the mining space. Its mineral wealth is as vast as its desert landscape and South Atlantic coastline.

Namibia’s mineral wealth is as vast as its desert landscape and South Atlantic coastline.

Responsible for nearly 6 percent of global uranium output as well as nearly 2 percent of the world’s diamond production, the Southern African nation is also home to significant resources of gold, copper and zinc as well as a developing offshore oil and gas industry.

Namibia consistently ranks as one of the most favored mining jurisdictions on the continent — a distinction that is much more than a mere reflection of its natural endowments, but a significant indicator of the country’s stable democracy, strong economy and well-developed mining code.

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More can be done for women in Namibia

WINDHOEK-Namibia has been conferred the African Gender Award 2017 for its outstanding achievements in promoting gender equality and protection of women rights.

President Hage Geingob received the award as a top performing country in Africa by the African Gender Forum, within the context of the Gender Is My Agenda Campaign (GIMAC). Ex-Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf handed over the African Excellence Gender Awards for 2017 to President Geingob, during a state banquet in Windhoek.

Geingob said more can be done for women in Namibia.

“But the progress we have made in promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women in our society is something we should be proud of. It is why, on behalf of the Namibian Government and the people of Namibia, I would like to thank GIMAC and the people of Africa for recognizing our modest efforts in promoting gender equality through different policy initiatives and interventions,” he said.

“Our commitment to gender equality is visible when you look at the important role women play in politics, including our executive and legislature”.

During the two-year tenure of the GIMAC Award, President Geingob said he will commit himself to champion the theme: “Women’s Empowerment and Inclusive Governance” which signal the country’s continued intent to increase the participation of women in all spheres of socio-economic life.

Namibia, the go-to luxury destination of this year

It’s a premium green destination that can break the bank, but will leave you richer with memories of geological stunners

Enchanting five-star accommodation. Utterly clear skies. Eerie ghost towns and ocean-meets-desert coastlines. That’s Namibia for you.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry vacationed here before their engagement and nuptials. The soon-to-be-finished eco-friendly Hoanib Valley Camp, which lies in the northwestern region of Kaokoland, was also rumoured to be Meghan and Prince Harry’s choice of honeymoon accommodation. And the prices there start at ₹60,000 a night.

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