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MAN AGM 2021 | Call for Submissions Executive Committee Manifestos



The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) is scheduled for Wednesday the 20th October 2021 from 09h00-13h00.


To register for the AGM, please complete section 1 of this form here https://forms.gle/A5MFjiZvucwVeMvL8  


If you would like to make a presentation at the AGM, please complete section 2 of the form.


If you would like to run for a position on the EC, please complete section 3 of the form.

You can find here MAN Executive Committee Handbook, the EC Handbook, that will provide you with the roles and responsibilities of EC members. Please read this document carefully.


Please take note of the following dates with regards to the AGM

Thursday 30 September 2021:   Deadline for submission of manifesto and CV Executive Committee Elections

Friday 15 October 2021:                               Deadline for submission of AGM Registration forms

Friday 15 October 2021:                               Deadline for submissions of MAN AGM presentations

If you have any queries or require any technical support, please feel free to contact us.



Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic which led to many people working from home and sometimes not having access to the work emails or stable internet access, in 2020, we have created a WhatsApp group for MAN members (strictly) in order to be able to share information about MAN activities with you.

We would like to keep the group for information sharing purposes only therefore, please note that the group is set so that only the admins can post. If you have any questions or comments, you can message the admins privately.

Please join the group using this link https://chat.whatsapp.com/KyetW5GOVyVBvUbcDrd37f

Please feel free to share the link with your colleagues and any other MAN members.

NB: We will still be communicating via email, website and other social media platforms. Therefore, no members will be disadvantaged if they choose not to join the WhatsApp group. We do however, advise that at least one member of your museum/institution join the group.

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Instagram: @zambezimuseum

Website: https://www.museums.com.na/museums/north/zambezi-museum

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Weekends and Public Holidays: Closed


Address: Community Library, Dr. Hage Geingob Drive, Katima Mulilo, Zambezi Region, Namibia

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