N-BiG through its Advisory Service (DAS) currently implements a comprehensive capacity development programme for members, Namibian farmers, industry experts SMEs, and extension services on the topic of sustainable bush control and biomass utilisation with support from MEFT/GIZ Bush Control and Biomass Utilisation Project (BCBU).


Currently, bush biomass assessments are done through different sophisticated methods throughout Namibia such as the BECVOL method etc. Through industry stakeholders’ consultation including farmers’ unions, government extension services such as DoF, DARD, and industry experts with financial support from the MEFT/GIZ BCBU project, a standardized bush biomass quantification model that is easy to use and very specific for the estimation of wood biomass has been developed. The model aims to help resource managers, farmers, public and private extension officials, and researchers to achieve accurate estimation of wood biomass which will inform them to make good decisions.

Furthermore, a Bush Feed Formulation Application (FFA) which is a solution for bush feed producers, which aiming at providing affordable and nutritional balanced rations, lowering the risks posed to animals when the bush feed is formulated on a trial-and-error basis has also been developed. The app is also useful to students in the field of agriculture as well as to nutritionists.

Trainings 2021

The 1-day trainings will be in person and free of charge.  The trainings will be offered across the country as per below timetable:

Training datePlace/venueLast date to register
05 OctoberUNAM Neudamm Campus, Khomas region27/09/2021
06 OctoberUNAM Neudamm Campus, Khomas region27/09/2021
12 OctoberOutjo, Otjozondjupa region27/09/2021
13 OctoberOtjiwarongo, Otjozondupa region27/09/2021
15 OctoberTsumeb, Oshikoto region27/09/2021
19 OctoberOmaruru, Erongo region27/09/2021
26 OctoberGobabis, Omaheke region27/09/2021
05 NovemberRehoboth, Hardap region27/09/2021

Email to or call at +264811660299 to book the date and venue of your choice.

All current COVID 19 restrictions and regulations will be observed.

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