Exciting start for the César project at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST)

Windhoek, 12/02/2024: The start of the César project at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) was promising and full of significant milestones. One of the highlights was the visit to an informal settlement, which allowed the team to gain a direct insight into the real challenges on the ground. This experience will help to put the project on a solid footing and ensure that the planned activities meet the needs of the community.

Another important step was the setting of the project dates for 2024, a clear time structure that will allow all participants to prepare for upcoming activities and ensure that the project runs smoothly. Equally important was the successful involvement of the NUST team, which consists of various faculties. This diverse involvement will provide the project with a wide range of expertise and perspectives.

The strong support from various faculties across the University emphasises NUST’s commitment to social responsibility and the promotion of innovation and collaboration. This will help to make the César project a success and bring about lasting positive change in the community.

The planning of the various project workshops is also well advanced, with clear content and objectives defined to ensure that the workshops are effective and focussed. In addition, the project administration is led by Mr Bas Rijnen, who is working closely with relevant departments such as Finance and Research, Innovation and Partnerships to ensure that all aspects of the project are coordinated smoothly.

Overall, the promising start of the César project at NUST shows that this project is an exciting journey that puts collaboration, innovation and social responsibility at the centre. We can look forward to the progress and positive impact this project will make in the community and beyond.