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Namibia

The World Bank’s priorities in Namibia include a comprehensive study of unemployment, poverty assessment, and assistance with macro-modeling and climate change. The World Bank is also assisting the government in its efforts to increase the country’s resilience to natural disasters in a variety of ways, including through analytical work and technical assistance programs.

Population
2.3 Million
GDP per capita
$5,292
GDP growth
3.8%
Life Expectancy
62
Income Level
Upper Middle
Poverty Ratio
23.05%
Country Portfolio
Active Bank projects 3
Proposed Bank projects 0
Start of Bank partnership Sept 1990
Total Bank Investment $15 (millions)

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Country Data
year 2009
93.6% in 2009
Merchandise trade (% of GDP)
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