The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport), through its social investment fund, last week donated a number of education items to three daycare centres in Lüderitz.
These included chairs, writing boards, paint and stationery.
A media statement issued by Namport Corporate Communication Manager, Tana Pesat on Monday said Bumble Bee Day Care centre received the highest donation worth N.dollars 10 000.
It was used to buy chairs, a blackboard and paint to renovate the centre.
I Can Do It Pre-primary and After Care Centre’s donation included books worth N.dollars 9 799.
Rainbow Centre received stationery worth N.dollars 5 000.
Trustee member of the Namport Social Investment Fund, Max Kooper handed over the items.
Kooper was quoted as saying the donations serve to reinforce the fact that the social investment fund wants to leave its footprint across the country.
He further said Namport is committed to uplifting communities through the fund.
“We realise the importance of a good foundation for any learner, and we believe this assistance will go a long way in investing in our children’s future,” he said.