NRCS has a staff comprising 320 members and over 4,000 active volunteers.
The General Assembly is the highest decision making body followed by a Governing Board.
Community mobilisation is the center of all we do and defines how we work. It represents recognising members as owners of the NRCS, and empowering youth and volunteers in local communities to help their neighbours. Through community mobilisation, we ensure we are able to deliver countrywide, through a network of volunteer-based units, a relevant service to vulnerable people sustained for as long as needed.
Community mobilisation aims to recruit more members and volunteers and retain them through active participation. It empowers youth and volunteers to carry out their own self-funded and self-directed activities in their local communities, and integrates them into all our work. Community mobilisation also establishes strong and well-informed governance structures that can direct and lead our work.
Volunteers are the back bone of the Namibia Red Cross Society because they carry out activities in the communities. The National Society has a well-established membership of over 4,000 active volunteers.