One day in November 2013, 16-year-old Thabelang Linyoloha from Tholang village in Thaba Tseka, Lesotho, returned home excited. He had just earned 200 maluti ($20) from selling his products at an art exhibition showcasing his work and art produced by several other children.
This first group of graduates has been equipped to respond to emergency disasters in the most effective life-saving ways. This ground-breaking grassroots pilot project begins the USAID-sponsored roll-out that is envisaged to cover eight Southern African countries to vastly reduce the time taken to respond to crises and rescue victims. This first phase involved 30 emergency services personnel, drawn from the Lesotho Fire and Police Services and covered the following:
MASERU – After nine-months in the making, Pusha Love has arrived! A movement that celebrates healthy living as a means to achieving individual dreams, Pusha Love promises to change the way each of us thinks about our health, life, relationships, and what it means to love oneself and others.
Thursday, 6 December 2012, was a very special day in Lesotho’s capital city, Maseru. Greeted by vibrant music and bright banners, guests arrived at the offices of Phela Health and Development Communications to attend the official launch of the Senakangoeli HIV and AIDS Resource Center.
USAID/Southern Africa, through the Justice as a Right in Southern Africa Program, is supporting the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) to pursue constitutional litigation against discrimination of women in Lesotho. Ms. Senate Masupha wishes to succeed as chief of her village in Lesotho.
Last updated: August 26, 2015