July 5, 2012

Mary Seely: The power to inspire

Speak to anyone who has interacted with the Desert Research Foundation of Namibia and without fail, sometime during the conversation, someone will say, “There’s something about […]
July 6, 2012

Managing Namibian community resources

By Linda Baker Beautifully woven baskets, delicate necklaces made from ostrich eggshells, and tiny dolls stained with rich red ochre – these crafts and curios are […]
July 6, 2012

Predators and livestock equals conflict

By Liz Komen In Namibia domestic livestock often falls prey to predators. Historically the solution was to remove predators by using poison, which has resulted in […]