[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax & Advisory Services Namibia (PwC) has donated 15 computers to the Women's Action for Development (WAD).
What does WAD stand for?
WAD stands for Women's Action for Development (Namibia)
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- Wide Area Differential
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- Windows Active Directory (Microsoft)
- Wireless Access Device
- Wisconsin Association of the Deaf
- Wise Ass Doolie
- Without A Doubt
- Wizard for Application Dictionary (application)
- Women Across Differences (Guyana)
- Women and Development (various locations)
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Women's Action for Development (WAD) executive director Veronica de Klerk was also excited about Nguvauva's achievement.
Women's Action for Development (WAD) has signed an agreement with Israeli-based TMS-Agri to establish the Hybrid Tomato Seed Project.
With the aim of reducing violence against women and girls in the country, Women's Action for Development (WAD), in collaboration with the Ministry of Safety and Security as well as the University of Namibia (UNAM) on Wednesday launched a country-wide training project.
Allistair Pitt Allistair Pitt, Principal of Jan Jonker Secondary School in Katutura, Windhoek, believes that Veronica de Klerk of Women's Action for Development (WAD), has played a significant role in the lives of women and children in Namibia.
In September, members of Women's Action for Development in Rehoboth petitioned local authorities to force shebeens and liquor stores to abide by the liquor laws.
For example, in a letter published in the media directly after the elections, Veronica de Klerk of Women's Action for Development stated that while political parties had put forward gender balanced zebra-style party lists in the villages and smaller towns, they had favoured male candidates for the top positions of their lists in the bigger towns, thereby denying women the chance to gain experience at this level.
Veronica de Klerk, Women's Action for Development When the Married Person's Equality Bill was debated in 1996 male lawmakers resorted to passages in the bible to justify why that Bill should not be passed.