List, details and links to Conservation Organizations active in Namibia.
The jaw of a fossil pre-human some 13 million years old was found in Namibia. This fossil, from an adult male, belongs to the new species Otavipithecus namibiensis.
The first Namibian dinosaur, a Massospondylus, was found by scientists from the Universities of Würzburg, Liverpool and Johannesburg.
Information and images on crop pests from northern Namibia.
Namibia's water shortage threatens African oasis.
Information on the funding and activities of this project. [English/German]
Report on integration of women in development service and participation in sustainable development in the field of agriculture and rural development.
Information on the Brown Hyena Research Project based in Lüderitz in the southern Namib Desert.
Information and images of this unique Namib Desert plant.
IRAS is a hypermedia Information System for Rare Species Management that is being developed by the transboundary mammal project of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.