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We’re active in Namibia!

If this is your first time here, welcome!

Allow us to introduce you to your TWNAF country coordinator(s): Nick Klazen!

Email:
Number: 0811222074

If there is no contact information above, the movement is still developing or we have withheld it for safety reasons. You are welcome to contact the global office and we’ll do our best to help you get in touch: Contact Us

The first training was held in March 2016. Of the 12 people that attended the training, 6 of them are giving the trainings in the local church.

The trainings are usually done as a team, with each trainer presenting specific sections.

From 2017, the trainings will be given to the greater community of Otjiwarongo, as well as a training week for leaders from Walvisbaai, Swakopmund and Karibib to equip them to start the movement in their cities.

We are going to try meet with the president, give him a book and share the training with him.

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The best place to start is by contacting your country coordinator(s), Nick Klazen. If you don’t have a country coordinator yet, get in touch with our global office: and we’ll help you get connected with someone near you.

If you want to get trained, ask your country coordinator about a Dads Talk training near you. Another great way to discover the movement is by meeting up with a local TWNAF trainer and getting to know more about us from someone who has already been impacted by the movement. Ask your country coordinator or our global office to find out more!


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