The Environmental Investment Fund (EIF) is a fund created by Act 13 of 2001 of the Parliament of the Republic of Namibia with the overall aim of continuing this great legacy by supporting individuals, projects and communities that ensure the sustainable use of natural resources.
We are looking for a Environmental and Social Safeguard Officer (ESS) and Internal Auditor ...Read more
Tick Tock Did you guys apply? Only 4 more days ...Read more
Tick Tock, Namibia you only have 5 more days to make a change within your respective communal forests and conservancy. ...Read more
Did you know that you only have 7 days left to submit your proposals? ...Read more
Did you know that you have 8 Days only to make a charge in your respective communal forest and conservancy ? The time is now...Read more
Did you know that there are only 9 days left to submit your proposals? ...Read more
Second Call for Climate Change Proposals!...Read more
KarlsruheSustainableAwards2019 ...Read more
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EFFORTS are underway to implement a sustainable blue economy policy to ensure the country benefits from all its marine activities....Read more
COMBATING DROUGHT ... The site of the N$130 million pilot agricultural project to enhance agricultural productivity that was launched by tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta at Warmquelle in the Kunene region on Friday. Shifeta said the project will be implemented in Warmquelle, Fransfontein and Sesfontein to help small-scale farmers find adaptive measures and strengthen their resilience to climate change, especially to drought....Read more
The Environmental Investment Fund intends to reduce the country's heavy reliance on rain-fed crops by utilising springs and harvesting water before evaporation for crop production....Read more
“EIF is a sterling example of the realization of the vision Africa has about the direct access modality, empowering national entities and demonstrating how Africa is taking charge of its developmental agenda”
"An internship at EIF prepares you on how to deal with the real world whether you are an aspiring young Scientist, Environmental specialist, Natural resources specialist or environmental lawyer."
As a result of the Fund being public entity that utilises public funds in pursuit of its objectives, the Fund needs to abide to the principles and provisions of, natural justice. The said principles and provisions dictate that potential and actual loan and grant beneficiaries of the Fund have a right of recourse, against the Fund, in the event that the beneficiary is discontent with the decision or procedure followed by the Fund in allocating the loan or grant. Such right of recourse is limited to appeals against the Fund’s decisions on loan and grant applications and appeals against the processing procedures of the grant and loan applications (procedural fairness).Download Now