Namibia continues to face many socio-economic challenges, including widespread poverty, high unemployment, endemic wealth and income inequalities, rampant malnutrition and significant health, educational and housing shortfalls. Without access to information for everyone it is hard to imagine these challenges being overcome any time soon. That is why access to information has become increasingly relevant in the context of socio-economic development, economic transformation and upliftment, as well as improved governance across the public and private sectors.

ACTION Namibia Coalition partnered with the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and Australian Aid to produce this educationalvideo on Access to Information in Namibia.