Education Grants Awarded

Our vision is to develop a well-rounded community of diverse learners by creating a caring and nurturing environment. We offer a number of programmes which support the 360 degree model. Classroom Support, Quality Schools, Programmes and Curriculums. We aim to empower young people by offering them gainful education, good health care, nutrition, and by so-doing support their families. 

Eduvision Namibia

To connect teachers and learners  in remote schools to the internet and modern e-learning techniques.

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Physically Active Youth

The P.A.Y. programme is a dynamic after-school centre in Katutura which provides safe and nurturing learning environment for Namibian children and youth coming from disadvantaged communities.

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Transforming learning in sub-Saharan Africa is critical for its future prosperity. Thousands of primary school learners are mastering numeracy, literacy and digital skills on catch-up programmes. The facilitation and passion of coaches, enabled by technology and data, is what really them us apart.

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One Economy Foundation

The Talented Individual Program (‘TIP’) seeks to provide learners with an all-encompassing support system for excellence in and outside of school. An essential element of this system is the creation of opportunities for character and capacity building.


African Leadership Academy

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Teacher Education Indaba

The Teacher Education Indaba aims to highlight key issues in teacher education and training with a focus on latest innovations, trends, practical concerns and challenges facing teacher preparation both nationally and globally.

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National Maths Congress

The Pupkewitz Foundation has supported the National Mathematics Congress since its inception in 2006. The Congress acknowledges the teacher as a practising professional and encourages broader networking of mathematics educators from junior to primary to tertiary institutions.

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Maths Spring School

The aim of the Mathematic Revision week/Spring school is to prepare learners in the Erongo Region who are enrolled for these more advanced mathematic courses, namely Grade 12 Higher and Extended Level and Grade 10 Additional Mathematics, for the high-stakes end-year external examinations.

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MIT Sloan School of Management in Chicago

Half Day Conference with the title: “Escaping the Resources Curse: Successful and Sustainable Economic Diversification in Namibia featuring Namibian leaders addressing a group of 25 MBA students from the MIT Sloan School of Management in Chicago. This endeavor forms part of the ongoing personal initiative of Ms. Andrea Barry to put Namibia on the map for future business leaders to assist Namibians in expanding their network.

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Harvard Mini Convention

Full day conference with the main purpose of introducing Namibia to 75 MBA students from Harvard University as a prime Investment destination. Conference is the brainchild of Ms. Andrea Barry, Non-Executive Director on the board of Pupkewitz Holdings and Granddaughter of the legendary Mr. Harold Pupkewitz.

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Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business

The HP-GSB has been established to provide world-class business education that meets the needs of economy and society in Namibia, SADC and Africa. Funding for the establishment of the school was provided by leading Namibian businessman Mr. Harold Pupkewitz, who pledged N$ 10 million support over a period of 5 years.

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Commercial Advancement Training Scheme (CATS)

Commercial Advancement Training Scheme (CATS) is a two year programme providing dual training to both school leavers and employees wanting to further their professional careers. CATS is a registered section 21 company – not for gain. It is a private initiative by the Namibian industry and currently consists of 23 member companies.

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Windhoek High School Parent's Trust

Windhoek High School is one of the oldest and most successful government schools in Namibia. Over the 100 year, WHS has played a significant role in the education of thousands of young Nambians from all the different culture groups.

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