Ben-Hur Rural Development Centre

  •   +264 6256 8465
  •   Ben Hur, Tjaka, Kalahari Constituency, Omaheke Region, Namibia
  •   P.o. Box 925, Gobabis, 9000, Omaheke Region, Namibia
  •  +264 6256 8467
  •  reservations@rdcbenhur.com
  •   www.rdcbenhur.com  



 About Us:  Our services includes accommodations, bakery that offers daily fresh breads to the Community, conference facility, cool room hire to the community, appropriate technology products which are wood furniture appropriate to the community of Omaheke Region and through the community development program, the center offers milling of animal fodders, backyard garden program, poultry program, early childhood development and livestock vaccination program.

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