Duinesig High School in Walvis Bay has received books to the value of N$50 000 from the Namport Social Investment Fund (NSIF). A variety of books were delivered to entice a wide audience of learners and cultivate reading at the school. There are various genres, from contemporary to basic, mainly focusing on literature that accommodates the school's curriculum. The principal of Duinesig High School, Stanley Uri-khob, thanked the NSIF for the generous donation. “These books will serve our library for the next three years,” he said. He noted that the school has other pressing needs as well, such as a shortage of desks for learners. NSIF was established in late 2006 to position Namport as a responsible corporate citizen who is committed to making a meaningful contribution to the development and upliftment of the people of Namibia. Seen on the photo are Stanley Uri-khob, principal of Duinesig High School, and Jo-Anne Stevens, the administrator of NSIF.