Namibia EESE Report FAQs
The EESE methodology is based on 17 pillars that together measure the environment the country is creating to help/hinder sustainable enterprises. The pillars are political, economic, social, and environmental.
Political – peace and political stability; social dialogue; respect for human rights/international labour standards
Economic – macroeconomic policy; stewardship of economy; trade/sustainable economic integration; enabling legal and regulatory environment; rule of law/secure property rights; fair competition; ICT; access to financial services; physical infrastructure
Social – entrepreneurial culture; education, training, and lifelong learning; social justice and social inclusion; social protection
Environmental – stewardship of climate change
The report analyses how Namibia performs with respect to each pillar, with the aim of assessing the relative strengths and weaknesses of the enabling environment for sustainable enterprises and employment in Namibia.