Namibia: Athletes Urged to Apply for Research Mortgage


THE Namibia Sports activities Fee (NSC) Advertising and marketing and Public Relations Officer (PRO) Chalo Chainda has urged native athletes to use for a research mortgage by way of NSFAF.

In a latest interview with Desert Radio, Chainda mentioned the Sports activities Fee has signed a three-year-old Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Namibia College students Monetary Help Fund (NSFAF) in 2019 for native athletes and sport directors to take up research at numerous academic establishments regionally and overseas.

Chainda pleaded with athletes to go on the NSFAF web sites to use for the research mortgage. He mentioned that after athletes retire from the sphere of play, they’ll make use of the qualification obtained not simply to get employment but in addition to create employment for others.

The Fee public relation officer warned that placement is proscribed and that the due date is thirty first March 2022.

“This isn’t a grant however a research mortgage and all necessities to do with the reimbursement are in place, Nonetheless, there are additionally different strategies of fee particularly when come to athletes who’re excelling very nicely.”

“We actually wish to empower our folks and never depend on outsiders. We now have an MoU with Senegal and that there are establishments in South Africa, Botswana, Cuba and Jamaica the place athletes can apply.”

Chainda urged each the athletes and sport directors to use to establishments which might be accredited. He mentioned the appliance type ought to be accompanied by a motivation letter as there’s an in-house committee that can nominate candidates primarily based on deserves.

He mentioned athletes can apply for numerous programs similar to sports activities diet, sports activities dietician, information analyses, monitor data, excessive efficiency administration, sports activities advertising and marketing and administration, sports activities journalism, sports activities legislation and facility administration to say however a number of.