#INFF Integrated National Financing Framework High Level Dialogue

The National Planning Commission (NPC) is mandated to identify priority areas for national development purposes through multistakeholder engagements at both bilateral and multilateral levels. The multistakeholder engagement comprises of O/M/As together with development partners (i.e., UN Systems in Namibia, Private Sector, Civil Society, Unions, Academia among others. Considering this, the NPC in collaboration with #INFF […]

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Regional Engagement on Green Hydrogen and Budget Formulation Process.

Hon. @MbuiKandjoze has recently concluded Regional Engagements in Omaheke and Opuwo on Government’s initiatives around #GreenHydrogen, Economic Diversification, recent Oil Discovery and the National Budget Formulation Process. Hon. @MbuiKandjoze has extensively engaged the public on national budgeting process specifically in relation to the project planning; need for empirical research on state of development in respective […]

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Sustainable Development Goals and Fifth National Development Plan Indicator Framework

Namibia has adopted the global Agenda 2030, which is specified through 17 overarching goalsand 247 indicators, and is implementing the Agenda through a domestication within theexisting framework of the 5th National Development Plan (NDP5) as cascaded into respectivesectoral plans. Namibia has remained true to its commitment by voluntarily undertaking toreport its progress in the implementation […]

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Launch: Multi-Annual Indicative Programme (MIP) for Namibia

The National Planning Commission (NPC) Executive Director, Ms Wilhencia Uiras and European Union (EU)Ambassador to Namibia, H.E. Sinikka Antila, jointly launched the Multi-Annual Indicative Programme (MIP) for Namibia, covering the period 2021-2027 this afternoon. The MIP presents priority areas of partnership between Namibia and the European Union for the next seven years.The priority areas of […]

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National Planning Commission and KfW Development Bank sign €15.3m (N$256m) Agreement for support from the Federal Republic of Germany to the Republic of Namibia to the NAMPARKS and CCFN Programmes.

Hon. Obeth Mbuipaha Kandjoze, Director General of the National Planning Commission, signed a €15.3m (N$256m) Agreement with Dr. Thomas Duve, KfW Development Bank, for support from the Federal Republic of Germany to the Republic of Namibia to the NAMPARKS and CCFN Programmes. […]

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Degree Programmes Funded by the Ministry of Commerce of China for 2022/2023, 2023/2024, 2024/2025

Namibia China Coat of Arms

The National Planning Commission (NPC), as coordinator for economic development has pleasure to inform you that the Government of People’s Republic of China is offering Master and PHD programs, fully funded by the Ministry of Commerce in China to government officials in Namibia. Ministries, Offices and Agencies are therefore requested to communicate this information to […]

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NPC Public Policy Capacity Building Workshop – 25th – 29th October 2021

Workshop Group Photo

The National Planning Commission in partnership with the UN System and GIZ conducted a 5 day Capacity Building Training in Swakopmund, on Public Policy Making Processes and SDG Acceleration (25- 29 October 2021), focusing on the finalisation of the two Trade Policies namely: “Trade in Goods” and “Trade in services”.  The theme of this series […]

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Postponed: Vision2030 Review – Inequality and Social Welfare Thematic Area

Postponed

Dear stakeholders, The Vision2030 review validation workshop, for Inequality and Social Welfare thematic Area, that is scheduled to take place on 01 October 2021 @ 09h00, was unfortunately postponed until further notice. Kindly accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience which this may have caused. Please contact  Ms. D. Van Wyk at dvanwyk@npc.gov.na for further information. […]

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