Namibia

nam44. SWAPO Maternity Clinic Appeal

The Namibia Support Committee made regular appeals for medical supplies for Namibian refugees. This leaflet listed equipment and medicines needed by a Maternity and Childcare Clinic set up the South West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO) for Namibian refugees in southern Angola. Local AA groups and the AAM’s Women’s and Health Committees held collections for the appeal.

tsh45. ‘Support SWAPO Women’s Council’

T-shirt produced for SWAPO Women’s Council. SWAPO women members worked with the AAM Women’s Committee to collect goods needed by women living in SWAPO camps in Angola.

bdg10. UN435 Free Namibia Now

In 1978 the UN Security Council passed Resolution 435 setting out a plan for transition to Namibian independence. After ten years of negotiations between the Western Contact Group of five UN Security Council members and South Africa, agreement was reached on implementation of the plan in December 1988. Namibia held democratic elections in November 1989 and celebrated its independence on 21 March 1990.

bdg16. SWAPO Will Win

Badge in the colours of the South West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO).

bdg47. March for Freedom

Badge in the colours of the South West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO).

tsh39. ‘Victory to SWAPO’

T-shirt calling for support for the South West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO), featuring a woman guerrilla fighter with a baby on her back.