Ben Amathila, SWAPO Secretary for Economics being interviewed by mission in Swakopmund.
Don Dunstan, chair of Community Aid Abroad (Oxfam Australia)- a state premier in Australia, writer and diarist who wrote in his diary every morning. He was the sole other Oxfam representative other than Canada in a failed attempt to engage all the national Oxfams in observing. He became an informal member of the Canadian mission.
Left Iona Campagnola- a former Liberal Cabinet Minister, right Johanna Ooisterveld, Oxfam Canada National Board and three Namibian political and NGO leaders. Many project possibilities were discussed as part of the mission's work. (Oxfam Canada already had a number of projects in the country)
Brownstone on the great sand dunes near Walvis Bay, itself a lingering point of dispute between South Africa and Namibia.
Memorializing the Portuguese "discovery" of Namibia by Vasco Da Gama.
Etosha hotel in the game park where the mission had a brief rest.
Flora Macdonald arriving at the Etosha Hotel.
Brownstone and Paul Puritt (Canadian Labour Congress and former Oxfam staff) inside Angola- illegally but photographed by a border guard!
Shirley Carr Head of Canadian Labour Congress and Meyer Brownstone meeting Lutheran Bishop Dumeni in the North of Namibia. He was supportive of Namibian independence and an excellent source of historical and current information. He was also a leading member of the Council of Churches of Namibia which was the Namibian host of the Canadian mission.