Emily is going to Namibia
After almost more than two year its finally time to head back to Namibia. Coming wednesday I will arrive in Windhoek to embrace Martha and all my dear friends at Penduka.
My history with Penduka begins in 2002. I was one of the first student nurses who started the TB-program. And now its almost ten years later and I'm still in contact with the women. Therefor I'm really looking forward to seeing and catching up with all the women at Penduka.back to top
Matthew learns how to weave a chair with Kudu leather strips. The chair has the name 'Martha's chair' because it is designed for Martha. She always has trouble to get her things from her lap because of her disability.back to top
“I tell you my story”
Ruusa tells her story on a handmade mug and Elisabeth through embroidery. One of the many successful results of design workshops sponsored
by Impulsis Penduka in Namibia.
With the theme: "I tell you my story"
Cooporation between Penduka Namibie and FAB Germany
Irmhild Neidhardt from FAB (a non-profit organisation aiming to integrate women into the job market) visited Penduka. She was very excited about the similarity between FAB and Penduka. Both offer women new changes. FAB ordered and received 100 handpainted cups from Penduka. A first step for further coöperation?back to top
Penduka children go to the Wake up Daycare Centre & pre-school
6 of the Penduka children go to the Wake up Montessori school in Otjimuise. (5 km from Penduka) The school just celebrated first birthday. The school is initiated by Penduka.back to top