The Motor Vehicle Accident Fund might not be able to reach its 2020 target for modifying 20 houses for seriously injured accident victims as the programme has been negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Namibia press agency reports that the modifications mainly focus on enabling the victims to be self-reliant and include railings along the walls of accident victims’ homes and other adjustments such as support rails in bathrooms. This, MVA Fund Chief Executive Officer Rosalia Martins-Hausiku said, was due to home visits being halted as well as the availability of building materials also being limited in the regions where houses need to be modified.