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Oombale Dhi Ihaka exhibition presents an annotated catalogue of Ndonga artefacts in the "Rautanen Collection" at the National Museum of Finland in Helsinki this collection was done by the Finnish missionary Marti Rautanen (known locally as Nakambale), during his stay in Ondonga Kingdom in northern Namibia in the 1880s. This mobile exhibition was done by the Museums Association of Namibia and it showcases the different artefacts that were used by the Aandonga people
Preservation Unit overview
Preservation Unit is tasked with the purpose of preserving the archival collections in various format in the National Archives of Namibia holdings: for posterity, to retain authenticity and value, to facilitate access, and to protect NANâ€™s valuable collections from risks such as,...
Records Management Section Overview
As per section 3 (1) (a) of the Archives Act (Act No. 12 of 1992), the National Archives of Namibia regulates and supervises all records management activities of all institutions in the Namibian public service that are created by an Act of Parliament. Records management include all those activities...
Research and Publications Overview
The Research and publication section (Reading room) is responsible for providing access to archival government collections and unpublished documentary heritage to support transparency, good governance, education and research by allowing equitable access to those resources