Girls fetch water from a well in Namibia. The EU's latest national indicative program for Namibia, which will be carried out through 2020, will focus on financing education programs and strengthening livestock production chains. Photo by: Sue Kellerman / CC BY-NC-ND

 

Namibia is regarded as a country with stable political and macroeconomic conditions. Yet in spite of reaching upper-middle-income status in 2009, challenges to achieving inclusive development still persist.

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Dorcas Juliette Ramos- Caraig

As development analyst, Dorcas studies bilateral and multilateral donors’ partnership strategies and writes country-level reports that highlight priority sectors and annual funding allocations. She also monitors pipeline opportunities and trends from donor agencies such as the ADB, DAFTD Canada and NADB. She is currently taking her master’s degree at the University of the Philippines, specializing in Asian foreign relations. Prior to joining Devex, Dorcas worked as a researcher at government institutions.


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