The Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund was established in 1991, in terms of Act 30 of 1990, shortly after independence, to compensate people injured in motor vehicle crashes or the dependents of people killed in such crashes. Then a “fault- based” system, compensation was paid as a result of negligence or any other unlawful act on the part of the driver.
Today, after successful policy review, the Fund is mandated to design, promote and implement crash and injury prevention measures, provide assistance and benefits to all people injured and the dependents of people killed in road crashes in accordance with the MVA Fund Act No.10 of 2007. Hence, it operates on a hybrid system where all people injured in motor vehicle crashes, regardless of who caused the crash, receive fair and reasonable benefits (subject to some limitations and exclusions). Such payments are issued in accordance with administrative law principles.
Currently service centers are located in strategic locations, namely:
Source of Income
The Motor Vehicle Accident Fund of Namibia is able to fulfill its mandate and meet obligations toward its customers through the fuel levy provided by the Ministry of Mines and Energy. In the past year, the Fund received 47.7cents per litre of petrol and diesel sold.
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To empower our customers through tailored injury prevention programs and support for their return to meaningful life
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