In 2007 a shrine was erected at Eenhana for the reburial and remembrance of the fallen freedom fighters whose remains had been discovered nearby at the site of a former South African Defence Force military base. The first phase of the development, designed by Marley Tjitjo Architects, was inaugurated by His Excellency President Hifikepunye Pohamba on 26 August 2007.
Despite having been declared a National Heritage Site by the National Heritage Council of Namibia, the shrine receives very few visitors as it is still very underdeveloped. In 2011 the architect was appointed by the Ministry of Youth, National Service, Sports and Culture to produce a design for Phase 2 of the Eenhana Shrine site with the aim of attracting more visitors and providing the local community with much needed educational facilities. These facilities would include a museum, a library, a cinema, and a restaurant.