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Amathila Appolus Libertine

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Deputy Prime Minister

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Legislative Profile

Deputy Prime Minister (2005 - 2010); Minister of Health and Social Services (1996 - 2005); Minister of Regional and Local Government and Housing (1990 - 1996);  Member of the National Assembly (1990 - 2010); Member of Constituent Assembly (1989 - 1990).

Personal

Born 10 December 1940, Fransfontein, Kunene region. Resides in Windhoek, Khomas Region.

Education

Financial Course for non-financial managers, Colombia University, US (1993); Advanced Executive Programme, UNISA, South Africa (1992); Diploma, Epidemiology and French, Bamako, Mali, (1980 - 1983); Postgraduate Diploma, Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK (1977 - 1978); Postgraduate diploma, Nutrition, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK (1972); M.B.Ch.B., and Swedish, Sweden (1975); M.B. Ch.B., Warsaw Medical academy, Poland (1962 - 1969); Senior Certificate, Wellington High School, Cape Town, South Africa (1955 - 1957); Otjiwarongo Primary School and Lutheran Mission Primary School at Fransfontien (1946 - 1955).

Career

Director of Health on SWAPO Election Directorate (1989); Organiser of health and education projects in SWAPO settlements in Angola (1979 - 1989); Set up Nursing School in Kwanza Sul (1984 - 1989); Director of Children's Center at Kwanza Norte, Angola (1979 - 1984); Director of SWAPO women's Council (1970 - 1989); Internship as doctor in Mushimbili Teaching Hospital, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (1969 - 1970).

Awards:

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Nansen Medal, 1991; Woman of the Year, Zambia, 1991; SWAPO Ongulumbashe Medal for Bravery and Long Service, 1987.

Interests

Health and Housing.
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