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.
Namibia Upsets Japan, New Zealand to Secure Top Travel Destination Awards...Read more
Southern Namibia has recorded some unusually high rainfall figures in a couple of days - surpassing century average!...Read more
Namibia lost 50 rhinos to poaching annually since 2015...Read more
The impact of climate change continues to have devastating effects on countries across the globe, and Namibia has not been spared....Read more
Aina-Maria Iteta is the Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist at the EIF. With over ten years’ experience in a variety of scientific and social fields - she blogs about something close to her heart - gender and climate change!...Read more
The summer edition of GreenViewpoint has been published for all project highlights and latest updates on EIF activities....Read more
The Global Climate UN – COP24 in Katowice ended in success. Negotiators from 196 countries and the European Union worked for two weeks on the Katowice Climate Package, implementing the Paris Agreement....Read more
Launch of MET 2017 Tourist Statistics Report ...Read more
The current replenishment drive of the Green Climate Fund received top-level support from developing and developed nations during the international climate change meeting in Poland. ...Read more
GCF funding agreement with Namibia first under new simplified approach...Read more
On the margins of COP24 in Katowice, Poland, the EIF signed a N$140 million agreement with the GCF for climate change adaptation and disaster risk management in the Kunene Region....Read more
Environment and Tourism Minister announces ban on plastic bags from National Parks, Nature Reserves and Game Parks....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