Onankali Mahangu Paper Making Cooperative (OMPMCO) LTD.

 

The Onankali Mahangu Paper Making Cooperative is a community-based enterprise that provides employment opportunities and income for the group and the community. The cooperative offers a wide range of hand made and finely crafted papers which are utilized the stalks and leaves of mahangu or millet cropped around the North-Central Namibia.

 

Products

  • Photo Album, Fridge magnet,  Bookmark, Conference folder, Stationery wallet, Card & Envelope
  • A6 note book, A5 note book, A4 sheet, A3 sheet & A2 sheet
  • Gift pouch large & small, Gift Tags
  • T-Shirt printing, Printing Shop, Photo Studio

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Shop

Onankali Community Trust Centre, Onakali

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Workshop

Onankali Community Trust Centre

The cooperatives manufacture papers by mixing the used papers with Mahangu stalks.

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Company information

General Manager

Mr. Abraham Shikongo

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Employees

10 employees

Office

Address: Onankali Community Trust Centre, Onakali south

P.O.Box 30035, Onakali South

Tel: +264-60-8064738

Fax: +264-65-286304

Cell: +264-81-2916235, +264-81-2973270

E-mail: omahangupapermakingcooperative@yahoo.com

History

Onankali Mahangu Paper Making Cooperative (OMPMCO) LTD. was started in May, 2002 and registered with the Ministry of Trade and Industry as a Close Corporation in April, 2009.

Objectives

  • Poverty eradication through self-employment as a community member
  • To become a paper making company
  • To encourage young people to add value to natural resources via training and inquisitiveness
  • To encourage local farmers to grow Mahangu indirectly by entering into business agreement with them for the delivering of Mahangu.
  • To keep environment clean by not littering and polluting the atmosphere through disposing and burning paper remains, as the cooperative now invented a new strategy of recycling the paper remains and making fuels as a substitute to wood for fire.
  • To reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS through HIV/AIDS awareness at the cooperative.
  • Mobilizing Orphans and vulnerable children to deal with their lives through their annual fun day.
  • To create opportunistic job for the community members.
  • To encourage young people to add value to natural resources via training and inquisitiveness.

 

 

 

Category: Handicrafts and Accesories, Region: Oshikoto