Six learners to represent Namibia at African Olympiad

BY CONFIDENTE REPORTER

FOLLOWING the recently held second Namibia Mathematics Olympiad (NMO) award ceremony held in Windhoek on 29 September, at the Safari Hotel, six learners were selected to represent the country at the Pan African Math Olympiad (PAMO).

The date and venue for PAMO are not yet revealed, although the competition is slated for next year.

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However the previous PAMO event was held from June to June 28 this year, in Benguerir, Morocco.

The six learners, comprising of three boys and three girls were selected after outperforming their fellow peers through an online and in-person NMO competition that was held from July 2022 to August 2022.

The learners selected are Fortune Shimhanda from Cabatana Primary School in Oshana, Shiyekeleni Lazarus from Onguti Senior Secondary in Oshikoto, Herunga Kotjil from Otjozondjupa, Irondina Lukeny form Cabatana Primary School, Nameya Amundjindi from Heroes Primary School in Oshikoto and Ester Nuuyoma from Onguti Secondary School in Oshikoto.

Besides the selection of the six pupils, there were also individual awards to different learners, who were awarded certificates, medals, money, Learners with their certificates laptops, trophies, mathematics equipments and framed certificates.

The learners in the top 10 category each received prize money amounting to N$500 and a framed certificate, while best performing learner both boy and girl each received N$1000 in prize money, plus a laptop, trophy and framed certificate.

The runner-up each received prize money of N0, mathematics equipment and a framed certificate.

The winning region, Oshikoto walked away with N$40 000 plus mathematics equipment, while runner- up region //Kharas Region received N$16 000 plus mathematics equipment.

Debmarine Namibia were the main sponsors with an amount of N$ 363 000, while the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to Namibia sponsored N$ 40 000 and London Mathematical Society sponsored € 600 (Euro) about N$10 200 in local currency.