Mr Ekandjo is a philanthropist by nature and he has dedicated his life to giving back to humanity for the last 10 years. He is born in Luderitz and passionate about developing people. He is currently employed by MTC as the Chief Human Capital & Corporate Affairs Officer.
Over the last 10 years he has been involved in various of his personal social personal investment projects aimed at helping the less privileged which includes;
- In 2011 he founded the Institute of People Management of Namibia to develop the Human Resource profession. He is currently the Founder and President of IPM Namibia;
- The Tim Ekandjo High School Awards with Luderitz Secondary School where he invested over N$300,000 over a period of 3 years giving the top learners bursaries and prizes for top students from Grade 8-12. This initiative ran from 2012 to 2015;
- In 2014 Tim assisted a struggling 6-year-old boy who suffered from clubfoot disease with a brand-new tailor-made wheelchair costing over N$35,000 in Goreangab, Windhoek;
- In 2015 Tim donated N$50,000 to the Orphans Children’s Hope Home in Havana settlement in Windhoek to help the centre to take care of these orphans;
- In 2016 Tim initiated a 4 months soup kitchen in Windhoek’s Havana settlement that fed over 1500 children per day over the cold winter period in collaboration with Readibites and Pick n Pay;
- In 2017, Tim donated food parcels to over 260 senior citizens of Okombahe that would last them two months and he replicated the same in Luderitz the same year spending over N$235,000 on both events;
- In 2017, Tim founded the Harders Cup and has personally invested over N$700,000 over the 3 years to cover for shortfalls in budget making him the biggest sponsor of the event;
- In 2020, Tim donated an amount of N$25,000 to the Namibian Police as reward for the missing Mandela Nakale, a 3-year-old boy that remains missing and disappeared from his home in Luderitz;
- In 2021, Tim build and donated a fully furnished 3-bedroom house to a senior citizen of Luderitz who lost her shack in the fire. The house was valued at N$446,650.