Miss Teen Namibia Blog

Published August 25, 2023
THE Namibian Broadcasting Corporation’s corporate social responsibility initiative, NBC Cares and the Miss Namibia Organization are working hand in hand…

THE Namibian Broadcasting Corporation’s corporate social responsibility initiative, NBC Cares and the Miss Namibia Organization are working hand in hand to foster youth empow­erment and social development.

Their latest exercise witnessed a collabo­ration with Neo Paints who contributed 400 litters of paint to the Katora Primary School located in Spitzkoppe, Erongo region. The generous donation, valued at N$20,000, was made by the leading provider of high-quality paint products. The bright and vibrant colors will soon grace all the walls of the school, sym­bolizing hope, positivity, and a commitment to improving the learning environment for the students. Additionally, the school received a thoughtful contribution of 300 juices and ap­ples from the Bank Windhoek Apple Project, which was purchased by the broadcaster to support their initiative.

Addressing the audience with passion and determination, Miss Namibia 2023, Jameela |Uiras, delivered an inspiring speech on the immense power of youth in building peace and shaping a harmonious society: “The future of our nation rests in the hands of our youth. Each one of you has the potential to make a mean­ingful difference in the world. By embracing education, respect, and curiosity for knowl­edge, you are equipping yourselves with the tools needed to build a peaceful and pros­perous society. Ask questions, learn, and believe in yourselves.”

She added that youth empowerment is when young people take control of their lives and their future and continued to quote Ambassador Morina Muuondjo stat­ing that peace is not just the absence of war, but also the presence of love, understand­ing, compassion, tolerance, patience, and unity.

Also speaking at the handover, NBC Erongo Regional Office Manager, Chris Ku­pulo said that the children are the future and as NBC, his office as well as the broad­er corporation has accepted the challenge to ensure that the future of our leaders is guaranteed by carrying out projects that plough back into communities.

Walvis Bay Circuit Inspector, Theresia / Goagoses added that because she is driven by her passion for education and commu­nity betterment, she actively sought and continues to seek for sponsors and dona­tions to improve the living conditions and educational facilities at the school’s hostel. “Children deserve a peaceful and conducive environment to pursue their dreams. We are grateful to the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation, Miss Namibia 2023 Jameela |Uiras, and NEO Paint for their invaluable support in transforming the look of the Ka­tora Primary School dining hall and kitch­en,” she concluded.

The NBC Cares initiative, the Miss Na­mibia Organization and all contributors are proud to join hands in promoting youth empowerment, social development, and the values of peace in Namibia. This collab­orative effort stands as a beacon of hope, inspiring the nation’s youth to


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