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Statement for the 2008/09 Namibia budget
Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, 5 Mar 2008


Namibia: 2007 Article IV Consultation
International Monetary Fund (IMF), 28 Feb 2008


How are we doing? Comparative democratisation and development between Namibia and her peers
Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), Dec 2007


A Q-Squared approach to Pro-Poor Policy Formulation in Namibia
Sebastian Levine and Benjamin Roberts, Q-squared, Centre For International Studies, Nov 2007


To what extent do economic policies and the economic structural heterogeneities inhibit the employment absorptive capacity of the Namibian economy?
Mihe Gaomab, 8 Oct 2007


Trends in Human Development and Human Poverty in Namibia: Background paper to the Namibia Human Development Report
Sebastian Levine, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Oct 2007


Draft: Gender strategy for local government in Namibia
Government of Namibia, 25 Jul 2007


Taxing agricultural land: A policy instrument for land use intensification, local development and land market reform
Malcolm D. Childress, Peter Hansen, David Solomon, Rogier van den Brink, University of Witwatersrand / World Bank, 10 Jul 2007


Spotlight on development: Towards the Millennium Development Goals
Andrew Harris, Editor, NANGOF Trust, Jul 2007


Pioneers, Partners, Providers: The Dynamics of Civil Society and AIDS Funding in Southern Africa
Karen Birdsall and Kevin Kelly, Centre for AIDS Development Research and Evaluation (CADRE), Jun 2007


An assessment of the investment climate in Namibia: Vol 1
World Bank/RPED, Jun 2007


HIV/AIDS and Democratic Governance in Africa: Illustrating the impact on electoral processes
Kondwani Chirambo, IDASA, 22 May 2007


Rural livelihoods, poverty reduction, and food security in Southern Africa: Is CBNRM the answer?
Jaap Arntzen, Tshepo Setlhogile and Jon Barnes, FRAME, IUCN, Centre for Applied Research, International Resources Group, Mar 2007


Promoting employment and decent work for all - Towards a good practice model in Namibia
Bishop Dr. Z. Kameeta, Dr. Claudia Haarmann, Dr. Dirk Haarmann, Herbert Jauch, Basic Income Grant (BIG) Coalition, 7 Feb 2007


Concluding comments of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women: Namibia
Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), 2 Feb 2007


Namibia: HIV/AIDS Community surveys 2007 findings (Rundu, Walvis Bay, Keetmanshoop, Oshakati)
Warren Parker and Cathy Connolly, CADRE/MRC, 2007


Global Survey on Forced Evictions: violations of human rights
Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), Dec 2006


Christian family life education program in Namibia
YouthNet, May 2006


Standard Bank - Namibia’s 2006/07 budget
Jan Duvenage, Standard Bank Group Economics, 22 Mar 2006


Namibia Budget Speech 2006
Hon. Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, Namibia Ministry of Finance, 16 Mar 2006


National Budget 2006/07: Continuity tinged with change
Robin Sherbourne, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), Mar 2006


Namibia household income & expenditure survey 2003/2004
Republic of Namibia, Mar 2006


Networking as an instrument for youth empowerment
Mihe Gaomab II, Namibia Economic Society (NES), 4 Feb 2006


Mining powered growth: Little economic diversification in sight
Calicious Tutalife and Veikko Shigweda, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), Feb 2006


Directory of development organisations
2006


United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF): 2006-2010
United Nations (Namibia), 2006


Speech by Honorable Mr. Tjekero Tweya, Deputy Minister of Finance
Honorable Mr. Tjekero Tweya, Kavango Farmers Association, 2 Dec 2005


Poverty reduction efforts in Namibia: Are they effective? - “The Role of SMEs in Poverty Alleviation”
Tuwilika Hamwele, JCC, 26 Oct 2005


Appropriateness of high bank charges and various penalties and their adverse effects on both businesses and the public as clients of banks and other creditors once they default
Tjekero Tweya, Deputy Minister of Finance, 25 Oct 2005


Black economic empowerment in Namibia and its relation to the national economy
Mihe Gaomab II, Namibia Economic Society (NES), 15 Sep 2005


The end of the WTO Fibre Agreement and its impact on the local textile industry: Implication on the Namibian economy and employment
Honorable Alpheus !Naruseb, Minister of Labour, Namibia Economic Society (NES), 5 Aug 2005


Macroeconomic challenges and the budget of Namibia
Mihe Gaomab II, Namibia Economic Society (NES), 19 May 2005


The effects of corruption on the Namibian economy
Mihe Gaomab II, Namibia Economic Society (NES), 11 May 2005


Statement for the 2005/2006 budget
Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, Government of Namibia, May 2005


National Budget 2005/06: The continuity candidate’s budget
Robin Sherbourne, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), May 2005


The meaningful role of Agricultural Economists to the future discourse of Black Economic Empowerment in Namibia
Mihe Gaomab II, Namibia Economic Society (NES), 29 Apr 2005


Private sector investment and socio-economic transformation and development
Mihe Gaomab II, Namibian Economic Society, 14 Mar 2005


Economic perspective: Are we on the right track?
Nambia Economic Society (NES), Feb 2005


Beyond Inequalites: Women in Namibia
SARDC and the Women In Development Southern Africa Awareness Programme, 2005


The benefits of regional integration for smaller economies
Bank of Namibia, 2005


Follow-up to the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS
Ministry of Health and Social Services, Republic of Namibia, 2005


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