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  • WBCG HIV/AIDS Help Desk launches HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy.
  • The HIV/AIDS Help Desk runs a Leadership Seminar on Employee Wellness Programmes within companies as a way of addressing the impact of HIV/AIDS on the workforce, using the Namport campaign as a successful example in practice.
  • Establishment of an office for the Trans-Kalahari Corridor Secretariat within the Walvis Bay Corridor Group office; the Secretariat is funded by Namibia, Botswana and South Africa; a Programme Coordinator is recruited to run the Secretariat.
  • Walvis Bay Corridor Group embarks on a study to analyse the transport industry’s value chain and to identify opportunities for small- and medium-scale enterprises within the transport industry in Namibia, in cooperation with the German Development Service (DED).
  • Walvis Bay Corridor Group instigates funding support through the Roads Authority and through the Road Funds Administration, receives funding from the Development Bank of Namibia to upgrade the Okavango River Bridge (also known as the Divundu Bridge).
  • Walvis Bay Corridor Group launches the Road Safety and Security programme along the Walvis Bay Corridors.
  • The Trans-Caprivi Corridor carries its largest consignment unit, 49m x 4,5m wide container in 4 weeks to Zambia via the Port of Walvis Bay.
  • WBCG held its first awareness meeting in Lumbumbashi DRC to promote Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lumbumbashi Corridor.
  • Extension of border operating hours between Botswana and South Africa which is now in alignment with Namibia and Botswana, in accordance with the Trans Kalahari corridor Memorandum of Understanding.
  • Walvis Bay provides 19 days service between Europe and Botwana.