Known for its vast Namib desert, which has the highest sand dunes in the world, Namibia is the driest African country south of the Equator.
Once a German colony, in the early 1900s the German government killed over 75,000 indigenous people in what is considered a precursor to the Holocaust. The nation was later occupied by South Africa, where racial prejudice and apartheid ruled.
Finally in 1990, Namibia gained independence.
Though almost 90% of Namibians claim Christianity, there is still a great need for redemption, forgiveness, and healing.
Will you join God’s work of restoration in Namibia?