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Stories

Tsita’s Story

Tsita’s Story

When Tsita finished primary school, his family could not afford the high school fees, so he became a herd boy, looking after cattle and sheep up in the high mountains. From the age of 12 and for 14 years, he lived an isolated life, wandering the mountain sides,...

Tebello’s Story

Tebello’s Story

Tebello is a bright and vivacious young woman who embodies the very best of Lesotho’s leaders of today! From the time she was in primary school, Tebello has been an active participant in Help Lesotho’s programs. Below you can read a touching tribute from Tebello to...

Letter from Rethabile

Letter from Rethabile

Hello, my name is Rethabile. I am a Mosotho girl aged 28 years. I never had a father and I lost my mother to cancer when I was 13 years old. I was fortunate enough to be raised by my lovely grandparents who sacrificed a lot just so I can finish my studies. When I was...

Recent News and Updates

Smart Kids Interview

Smart Kids Interview

Motopi is a Professional Intern (PI) with Help Lesotho. As part of his role, Motopi oversees the Smart Kids Project, an initiative which equips volunteer youth alumni from Help Lesotho's programs to provide education and psychosocial support to vulnerable children in...

Rally for Resilience!

Rally for Resilience!

At Help Lesotho our vision is for the youth of Lesotho to have the resiliency and agency to create healthy and self-sustaining futures. We firmly believe that real, positive change happens when a person is able to heal their heart and equip their mind. Over the past...

Lesotho’s Suicide Crisis

Lesotho’s Suicide Crisis

Lesotho has one of the highest suicide rates per capita (possibly the highest) in the world. Data sources vary slightly in the global rankings, but Lesotho is undoubtedly the highest ranked country in Africa. The rate of suicide in Lesotho is the clearest indication...

Peg’s Letters from Lesotho

Since her first trip to Lesotho in 2004, Peg Herbert has written letters to her family, friends and supporters about her experiences and the progress of the organization. Peg’s Letters tell the full history of Help Lesotho in the authentic and passionate words of its Founder and Executive Director.