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Safer, Healthier, More Resilient Children, Families and Communities
Safer, Healthier, More Resilient Children, Families and Communities


About Us

LifeLine/ChildLine Namibia is a registered Welfare Organisation [WO 150] and NGO whose vision is ‘safer, healthier, more resilient children, families and communities in Namibia’. 


116 Child HelpLine is here to help you. If you need someone to talk to, you can call or SMS and we'll help. 116 is a HelpLine especially for children. Whether you are 7 or 17 any child anywhere in Namibia can call or SMS 116. 116 is FREE from landlines, payphones and cellphones (MTC and TN Mobile). You can call or SMS between 8h00 and 20h00 every day.


The 106 Gender-Based Violence HelpLine aims to assist those who are in need of help when found in a GBV-related situation. This is also a toll-free service available across Namibia. In partnership with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), this line will also be utilized as a key entry point for reporting Human Trafficking in the near future.

Crisis Line 061 232221

The crisis line established in 1980, wasmanned by a group of dedicated and well trained volunteers. Today this line is still in existence and accessible to the general public.

Business Wing

LifeLine/ChildLine’s Business Wing is known as ChangeAgent. ChangeAgent delivers professional training and counselling services to the Namibian private and public sectors as well as to other national and international non-governmental organisations. The training portfolio covers emotional wellness and related topics for individuals and the workplace.

LL/CL’s Gender Department was enacted in 2008 with a key focus on providing Technical Assistance to National, Regional and Local organizations and institutions to mainstream and integrate male engagement and gender sensitive approaches and strategies in existing efforts aimed at responding and mitigating the impact of HIV&AIDS and Gender Based Violence in the country.

LifeLine/ChildLine Namibia supports 100 ECD Centres in Khomas and Hardap and 35 Centres in Otjozondjupa Regions. The overarching goal of these interventions is to cultivate a more enabling environment for children to thrive by complementing national efforts to improve quality of Early Childhood Care, Development and Education in Namibia through a holistic and community-driven approach.


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