linked textThe National Youth Service (NYS) Henties Bay Training Centre held a cultural festival on 22 October 2015 in the coastal town of Henties Bay.
While promoting unity amongst the youth, the cultural festival was aimed at promoting Namibia’s cultural diversity as NYS youth comes from various cultural groups representing all fourteen regions.
Furthermore, the cultural festival was also aimed at encouraging the youth to preserve their cultures as culture defines our identity as a nation.
Graced by the Major of Henties Bay, Her Worship Ms. Aila Haifuku, the event saw performances by various cultural groups made up of NYS trainees at Henties Bay as well as cultural performances by learners from Kamwandi Primary school from Henties Bay who were as young as seven years old.
The National Youth Service Henties Bay Training Centre is home to four hundred and ninety two (492) youth who are currently undergoing Civic Training at the centre.
To deliver relevant national services and offer recognized skills training and personal development programmes to the youth through attaining the requisite institutional capacity while engaging in income generating ventures in line with national development goals.
To be the dynamic sustainable youth service institution of choice contributing to socio-economic development.
Professionalism, Patriotism, Transparency, Voluntarism, Integrity, Creativity, Equity and Fairness.