Chevron Donates N$6.6M to Mitigate Drought and Food Insecurity

By Confidente Reporter

CHEVRON, a multinational energy firm based in the United States (U.S.), has donated N$5.6 million for food security projects in Namibia and another N million for emergency drought relief for vulnerable women and children.

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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield emphasised the importance of supporting Namibia and its rural communities during a signing ceremony between Chevron and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Windhoek.

“Water is scarce for farmers, more than half of whom are women living in communal areas.

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Floods and droughts make it even more difficult for them to feed themselves. A challenge of this magnitude requires all of us to do our part, whether it’s providing money, opportunities, or expertise to partners on the ground,” said Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield said, during her visit to Namibia.

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Access to safe drinking water is critical for isolated people, particularly those reliant on agriculture.