THE WORLDS BIGGEST PROBLEMS ARE THE MARKETS GREATEST OPPORTUNITIES.
+ COMMUNITY SECTOR
Our Community Sector consists of our citizens who volunteer in and/or establish platforms for social and economic development.
+ PRIVATE SECTOR
The Private Sector encompasses institutions, corporations and businesses that participate in the economy independently from direct state control. We have identified the entities who participate in corporate social responsibilities and investments and/or contribute to the social and economic development of Namibia.
+ DEVELOPMENT SECTOR
The Development Sector encompasses our widest range of entities that typically stem from but are not limited to Civil Society Organisations, including Embassies, Non-governmental Organisations, United Nations Agencies and International Foundations. These entities exist for the sole purpose of development in their respective fields.
+ GOVERNMENT SECTOR
The Government Sector is our macro-level units that govern the state and regions, and decision making bodies on constitutional laws and policies, international and national mandates, and national resource allocations.
+ PUBLIC SECTOR
The Public Sector is our state resourced entities that run public administration, and offer programmes and services to the public.
+ POLITICAL SECTOR
The Political Sector is a vital area within development: political parties represent the interests of the multiple voices in Namibia and their contributions to the social, cultural and economic development of Namibia.