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What is TH!NK Namibia?

TH!NK Namibia is a national information campaign which was initially launched in 2015 and is run in different phases. The TH!NK Namibia Campaign serves the interested public and targeted individuals with information and educational content related to aspects of environmental awareness and climate change, water conservation, climate-smart agriculture, sustainable forest management, renewable energies and sustainable development.

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A Snapshot of Namibia

About 22% of the country is classified as desert
Namibia is the driest country south of the Sahara, situated at the interface between different climate systems. Highly variable climatic conditions are the norm, and the country experiences frequent dry-spells and droughts with sporadic occurrences of flooding in river basins.
Overall, about 22% of the country is classified as desert, 70% as arid (i.e. too dry to support vegetation) and semi-arid, and less than 8% as dry sub-humid.
Most of Namibia receives summer rainfall
Namibia is the driest country south of the Sahara, situated at the interface between different climate systems. Highly variable climatic conditions are the norm, and the country experiences frequent dry-spells and droughts with sporadic occurrences of flooding in river basins.
Namibia is characterized by high temperatures.
Namibia is the driest country south of the Sahara, situated at the interface between different climate systems. Highly variable climatic conditions are the norm, and the country experiences frequent dry-spells and droughts with sporadic occurrences of flooding in river basins.
Only 2% of the country’s total surface area is suitable for growing crops
Namibia is the driest country south of the Sahara, situated at the interface between different climate systems. Highly variable climatic conditions are the norm, and the country experiences frequent dry-spells and droughts with sporadic occurrences of flooding in river basins.
A population of 2.1 million people
Namibia is the driest country south of the Sahara, situated at the interface between different climate systems. Highly variable climatic conditions are the norm, and the country experiences frequent dry-spells and droughts with sporadic occurrences of flooding in river basins.
Namibia is rich in natural resources
Namibia is the driest country south of the Sahara, situated at the interface between different climate systems. Highly variable climatic conditions are the norm, and the country experiences frequent dry-spells and droughts with sporadic occurrences of flooding in river basins.