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SusDAf successfully completed the following social impact assessments, evaluations, stakeholder engagement research/surveys:

  • Social Impact Assessment (SIA), for the Investigation for Road Preservation of the Bitumen Road between Otavi and Tsumeb

  • HIV Oral Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) research activity amongst key populations – data collection component

  • Integrated Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (MVA-Fund) Stakeholder Satisfaction Research Project,

  • Social Impact Assessment (SIA), for the Investigation for Road preservation of the Bitumen Road between Okahandja and Otjiwarongo

  • Comprehensive Assessment of Menstrual Health and Hygiene Management Knowledge, Practices and Challenges on Adolescent Girls in Namibia Social Impact Assessment (SIA), Cleanergy Namibia Green Hydrogen Demonstration Plant (GHP) Walvis Bay

  • Community-based Health Care Policy Review, Guidelines and Supportive Supervision Mechanisms for Namibia

  • Social Impact Assessment (SIA) for the Feasibility Study for the Upgrade to Bitumen Standards of the Road between Omunyandi and Baynes Hydro Power Plan

  • Tracer Study (evaluation) for the Social Security Commission (SSC) Bursary and Loan Scheme

  • Evaluation of the Implementation of the Life Skills-based Comprehensive Sexuality and HIV and AIDS Education Programme (comprehensive sexuality education) in Namibian Schools

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The Social Security Commission (SSC) provides study bursaries/loans to disadvantaged Namibian students as part of their Development Fund (DF). SusDAf was contracted by SSC to assess the effectiveness of the SSC-DF bursary and study loan scheme through a Tracer Study. SusDAf hereby reaches out to each SSC-DF study bursary and loan recipient via phone calls to ask them questions about their experiences in relation to the following aspects: · Study Application Process · Study Process · Further Studies · Linkages to the Labour Market Please see the advert below for more information. SusDAf is excited to receive inputs from all recipients. We wish everyone a blessed 2023.



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We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website! We hope that it provides our existing and future clients with sufficient information. We look forward to future opportunities for collaboration towards changing lives for the better.



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