By: Ellen Shihepo
Over 30 tour guides graduated from the Brandberg Landscape and the Ombonde People’s Landscape in the Kunene and Erongo regions last week, under the government and the Federal Republic of Germany’s joint Biodiversity Economy Project (BEP). The Ministry of Environment Forestry and Tourism (MEFT) Minister, Pohamba Shifeta said the project supports economic activities based on the sustainable use of biodiversity such as eco-tourism, in order to improve livelihoods in the target landscapes. AgriOnOne is proudly brought to you by the Agricultural Bank of Namibia.
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