Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
Nominate good teachers for ambassador
Jacquiline Pack, Brand Manager: Windhoek Trade Mark at Namibia Breweries Ltd said “Our first category opened and we are extremely excited about receiving the nominations on education ambassadors from our Namibian people.
We know that there are fantastic people out there and urge fellow Namibians to send in their nominations so that these gems can be recognized and rewarded for their actions and contributions to the country.”
Hilma Kapewasha, the Windhoek Lager Ambassador for Education 2013 also requested Namibians to send in their nominations. She said: “My journey has been really positive.
The recognition from winning the award has boosted my confidence and motivated me to work harder and focus on the children’s development. People that I have never met before have been in touch with me to congratulate me and this has made me feel proud of myself and the work we are doing at N/a’an ku sê’s Clever Cubs School for a positive impact on children’s lives.”
Hilma said the prize money from the Windhoek Lager Ambassador Award has enabled them to renovate their school to create a bright and child-friendly environment. “We decorated the building and made improvements to the playground. We have been able to install hand hygiene dispensers too which improves the children’s hygiene. In addition, the funding has made it possible for me to continue the second year of my diploma on early childhood pre-primary education, enabling me to gain more knowledge which will benefit the children.” Hilma concluded “I recommend nominating and entering this great initiative. There are a lot of Namibians out there who are doing important work and the Windhoek Lager Ambassador Awards recognize and incentivize them.