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NAMCOR MD Obeth Kandjoze (middle) handing over N$82,000 in total to the School for the Hearing Impaired and to the Gobabis Combined Project School. On the left is Ms Alice Baulet Shipanga of the School for Hearing Impaired, and on the right is Mr. T. Katjiuanjo, principal of the Gobabis Combined Project School.

NAMCOR MD Obeth Kandjoze (middle) handing over N$82,000 in total to the School for the Hearing Impaired and to the Gobabis Combined Project School. On the left is Ms Alice Baulet Shipanga of the School for Hearing Impaired, and on the right is Mr. T. Katjiuanjo, principal of the Gobabis Combined Project School.

The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR) recently donated N$41,000 to the Gobabis Combined Project School and another N$41,000 to the School for the Hearing Impaired. The handover ceremony took place at the Gobabis Epako Community Hall.
The School for the Hearing Impaired in Windhoek was established in 1995 and has 165 the learners with special needs and caters for grades 1 to 10. Due to their special needs the learners require particular equipment and teaching aids to experience education without any further challenges.
The Gobabis Combined Project School was established in February 2012 and is home to 1083 learners in grades 1, 2, 8 and 9.
NAMCOR Managing Director, Mr. Obeth Kandjoze on behalf of the Board of Directors and employees handed over N$82,000 in total to the two schools to acquire the needed teaching aids.
Kandjoze at the handover ceremony said “NAMCOR will continuously grow our fuels, lubricants and exploration business in a manner that is sustainable and beneficial to Namibians and make sound contributions to needing and deserving children in our communities”.

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