Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila says there is a need to invest in pro-family policy options and social services personnel for increased victim and perpetrator support in order to promote strong, happy and healthy families and communities, and counter the erosion in the moral fibre of society. “The Namibian nation is currently faced with a lot of social ills, particularly drugs and alcohol abuse, gender-based violence and violence against children, all of which require a multi-pronged approach to successfully address,” she said. Kuugongelwa-Amadhila therefore called on all social partners outside the public sector sphere to join hands with the government in addressing these social problems facing the nation.