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Made in Namibia – wholesome and good

Spoilt for choice. Made in Namibia Trade Expo volunteers Esther Paulus and Selma Simon showing visitors a range of locally produced staple foods known for goodness and nourishment. The three-day Made in Namibia Expo attracted 250 exhibitors, which is a substantial increase from the previous year.  President Hifikepunye Pohamba officialy opened the exhibition which serves as pointer for manufacturers to expand their operations and produce more goods for local consumption and for the export market. Participants expressed their hopes that exhibitions like this must help to create awareness and establish stronger links between producers and consumers. (Photograph by Freeman Ngulu)

Spoilt for choice. Made in Namibia Trade Expo volunteers Esther Paulus and Selma Simon showing visitors a range of locally produced staple foods known for goodness and nourishment. The three-day Made in Namibia Expo attracted 250 exhibitors, which is a substantial increase from the previous year. President Hifikepunye Pohamba officialy opened the exhibition which serves as pointer for manufacturers to expand their operations and produce more goods for local consumption and for the export market. Participants expressed their hopes that exhibitions like this must help to create awareness and establish stronger links between producers and consumers. (Photograph by Freeman Ngulu)

Spoilt for choice. Made in Namibia Trade Expo volunteers Esther Paulus and Selma Simon showing visitors a range of locally produced staple foods known for goodness and nourishment. The three-day Made in Namibia Expo attracted 250 exhibitors, which is a substantial increase from the previous year.  President Hifikepunye Pohamba officialy opened the exhibition which serves as pointer for manufacturers to expand their operations and produce more goods for local consumption and for the export market. Participants expressed their hopes that exhibitions like this must help to create awareness and establish stronger links between producers and consumers. (Photograph by Freeman Ngulu)

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