Bank Windhoek has announced that it will continue to provide financial support towards the administrative, maintenance and developmental needs of the Economic Association of Namibia (EAN).
This was communicated in a media statement issued by public relations and reputation risk manager André le Roux on Tuesday.
“Bank Windhoek’s support will be spent on core functions that are vital for the EAN to run productively, but are not covered by event and activity funding. This includes but is not limited to office rental and administration, statutory costs and skills development,” the statement said.
Speaking on the same subject, EAN Chairperson Rowland Brown said most funding received by the association is directed towards specific projects, leaving little funding for institutional support to the administration of those activities.
The EAN is a Namibian not-for-profit Non-Governmental Organisation which has a number of objectives, from policy input and development, public awareness and education, to academic research and mentoring.