Omuthiya COE

Date: December 12, 2015
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Country Namibia
Province/Region  Omuthiya
Baseline score  – 2013  48
Latest score – 2014  52
Population  3800
Number of women councillors 2
Number of men councillors  5
Joined the COE programme  2013
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme  NO
Summit 2014

Omuthiya is the capital town for the Oshikoto Region, Namibia. The town has been proclaimed in 2007 and the Omuthiya Town Council established in September 2008. The estimated current town population is 3 800 of which 2800 are female and about 1000 male, according to the 2011 census. The location of Omuthiya is shown below. It is uniquely situated on the world famous Etosha Pan, between the main towns of Ondangwa in the north and Tsumeb in the south.

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 Empowering women, ending violence in Namibia
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