Newspaper, gold mine help build a reading nation – The Namibian
THE Namibian and Navachab Gold Mine have as a part of their ‘Let’s Learn’ challenge donated a sure set of newspapers to Karibib Personal College to encourage the youth particularly to learn extra.
Karibib Personal College principal Vincent Hockey accepted the donation on behalf of the varsity on Thursday final week.
The varsity is the primary to obtain such a set of newspapers for the reason that challenge’s halt in 2014.
The ‘Let’s Learn’ challenge is an initiative of The Namibian that’s geared toward selling literacy and a studying tradition, primarily among the many youth in Namibia. It additionally goals to help needy communities to have entry to studying materials.
The sure units of newspapers can be utilized by pupils as analysis materials. Pupils may also be capable to get knowledgeable about nationwide and worldwide information, sport, leisure and way of life problems with curiosity to the youth.
The challenge will supply help in gathering and delivering different studying materials to the needy, and significantly to rural faculties.
Company entities can become involved in supporting enhancing literacy in Namibia by donating a once-off quantity of N$10 000 (or N$5 000 for six months), which can be sure that a deserving establishment within the nation will obtain a month-to-month set of newspapers for a 12-month interval.
The Namibian will be sure that the newspapers are correctly sure, indicating the title of the sponsor involved, plus the title of the recipient college or organisation.
Sponsorships may also give individuals in distant and under-privileged communities alternatives to learn and keep abreast of stories and traits.
For extra info, Elrich Tilling may be contacted at The Namibian at [email protected]