Corporate Social Investment and Hydrocarbons in Namibia

Christian Isely and Andrew Mack

NAMIBIA’S independence day marked almost a quarter-century of tremendous progress: a stable government, a multiparty democracy, and a business-friendly environment for domestic and international firms.

But today Namibia stands on the threshold of an era that could bring even greater change. The extensive oil exploration currently underway has the potential to boost the country’s development in so many areas, from unemployment to infrastructure and to health. To achieve this, however, will require careful, proactive planning and coordination among corporations, Government, and local communities.

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