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Child well-being in Namibia
The people's perspective
AD636: Namibians lack confidence in economy, express rising dissatisfaction with government
Optimism, trust join leaders’ performance ratings on downward slide.
AD635: Namibians see police falling short of professional conduct and respect for citizens’ rights
Approval of government performance on crime declines as feelings of insecurity rise.
AD612: Ensuring children’s welfare remains a challenge in Namibia, especially for the poor
Disadvantaged communities see more problems, less support for vulnerable children.
Namibia climate change country card
The people's perspective on climate change in Namibia.
Namibia Round 9 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 9 survey in Namibia in 2021
AD518: Namibians approve of government’s COVID-19 response, but many doubt vaccine safety
More than 4 in 10 say they are unlikely to try to get vaccinated.
AD513: Amid progress on women’s rights, Namibians see gender-based violence as priority issue to address
Namibians see gender-based violence as the most important women’s-rights issue that the government and society must address.
AD510: Namibians look to government, one another for action on climate and environment
Two-thirds (67%) of Namibians say pollution is a “somewhat serious” or “very serious” problem in their community.
Namibia Round 8 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 8 survey in Namibia in 2019
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