Okahao COE

Date: March 10, 2015
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Fact file

Country Namibia
Province/Region Omusati
Population 1665
Baseline Score
Latest Score
Number of women councillors
Number of men councillors
Joined the COE programme

Okahao is a town in the Omusati Region of northern Namibia and the district capital of the Okahao electoral constituency. It is situated in the Ongandjera tribal area 73 kilometers west of Oshakati on the main road MR123 (Outapi Tsandi – Okahao).

The area around Okahao is flat, arable land which is mainly used for subsistence farming. Okahao is the largest town inOngandjera, the birthplace of Namibia’s founding president Sam Nujoma.

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Changing lives

Comments from participants

“A great initiative by Gender Links, We will consider and incorporate gender aspects when drawing up policies and budgeting”

COE Report card
Stage Description Date Outputs
I Meetings and adoption of COE concept

Score Card

Buy in Report

II Situation analysis Situation Analysis
III SADC Protocol on gender and development
IV Inception workshop
V Action planning workshop
VI Adoption of action plan and signing of statement of commitment
Consolidated workshop Consolidated report
VII Media skills À“ campaigns planning skills (reinforce skills through campaigns) Campaign Report
VIII IT for advocacy (including use of cell phones)
IX Monitoring and evaluation Verification Report
X Summit



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