by vinita | Oct 17, 2015 | News About Help Lesotho, Uncategorized |
Malilapa Mate says that if you had seen her five months ago, she wouldn’t be the vivacious, smiling young mother she is today. When the twenty-one year old became pregnant two years ago, there was a problem—she had no husband. Without the security of marriage she faced discrimination and harassment in her community.
Read more about The Necessity of a Gendered Approach to HIV/AIDS.
by vinita | Jun 2, 2015 | News About Help Lesotho, Uncategorized |
Thirteen-year-old Retsilisitsoe Pone spends her Saturdays washing clothes in a stream and the only local water source that runs through Ha Majara, a village located in the mountainous district of Thaba Tseka in a small African country called Lesotho.
Resilisitsoe is one of over 4220 orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) supported through the Building Local Capacity (BLC) project partnership between Help Lesotho and MSH.
by vinita | May 21, 2015 | News About Help Lesotho, Uncategorized |
Thirty days of intensive leadership training, plus 58 young adults from rural villages, equals radical change, healing and growth and a new generation of leaders in Lesotho.
Read more about this fantastic program here.
by vinita | May 14, 2015 | News About Help Lesotho, Uncategorized |
From cataracts to crystal clear: Forty-one grandparents have restored vision thanks to free cataract surgery in Lesotho.
Read more about this astounding service here.
by vinita | Mar 25, 2015 | News About Help Lesotho, Uncategorized |
Help Lesotho invited the King and Queen of Lesotho dignitaries and many of the organization’s beneficiaries to celebrate 10 years of empowering girls and women and engaging boys in Lesotho.
Read about the 10th anniversary celebration here.