New office for Nasoma
22 Aug 2005

HE National Social Marketing Programme (Nasoma) has acquired office space in Windhoek West because of high rents in the city centre.
The new offices were inaugurated on August 12 by the German
Ambassador to Namibia, Dr Wolfgang Massing, and the Deputy
Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Social Services,
Simwanza Simenda.
Nasoma's objective is to ensure the availability, accessibility
and affordability of male and female condoms in Namibia through
social marketing and, at the same time, ensuring behavioural change
towards condom use.

The programme is funded by the Federal Republic of Germany.

The organisation has regional offices in Keetmanshoop, Oshakati,
Rundu, Katima Mulilo and Otjiwarongo.


Nasoma's objective is to ensure the availability, accessibility and
affordability of male and female condoms in Namibia through social
marketing and, at the same time, ensuring behavioural change
towards condom use.The programme is funded by the Federal Republic
of Germany.The organisation has regional offices in Keetmanshoop,
Oshakati, Rundu, Katima Mulilo and Otjiwarongo.