The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Africa Goodwill Tour in Namibia

November 18, 2007 at 12:36 am (Church of Scientology, Human Rights, L. Ron Hubbard, Religion, Scientology, Scientology Religion, Volunteer Ministers) (, , , , , , , )

After more than 20 years of strife, Namibia won its independence from South Africa in 1990 and looked forward to a better future for its people. But with 30-40% unemployed, 11% HIV positive and an estimated 135,000 Namibian children orphaned by HIV/AIDS, the nation faces serious challenges and needs help. In fact, Namibia ranks 125th out of 177 countries in the United Nations Human Development Index, which measures life expectancy, education and standard of living.

Aware of the situations that confront Namibia, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Africa Goodwill Tour arrived in Windhoek, the capital of the country where they surveyed city police, emergency, disaster and crime prevention units, the Red Cross, nurses at the state hospital and youth council groups from the city and surrounding townships. They introduced them to the Scientology Handbook, the textbook of the Volunteer Ministers, and the broad array of subjects the book includes to help individuals and groups do better in life. …

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