Fighting for ENOUGH: Thato's Inspiring Triumph Against Malnutrition
In the small village of Phamong, situated in the southern side of Lesotho, a young boy named Thato was quietly struggling, living in a place where poverty was a constant and unforgiving companion.
Savings for Transformation Groups Transforming Communities in Lesotho
The S4T groups have been designed with a powerful purpose: ‘to uplift the most disadvantaged and vulnerable members of society. Guided by the principle of an explicitly inclusive practice, these groups ensure that everyone, including women and people with disabilities, can access financial services and participate actively in the local market economy.
Thato Mohlakola’s inspiring journey that turned her life around through empowerment and resilience.
Thato Mohlakola's story is a remarkable testament to the power of empowerment, resilience, and determination. From a life filled with hardship and despair, she emerged as a strong and confident individual, breaking free from the chains of poverty and vulnerability.
Lesotho's Bold Step in Strengthening Human Rights through Civil Society Organizations
The implementation of the PPHR project began in February 2023 and aims to enhance collaboration, cooperation, and coordination with the government and relevant stakeholders, including community-based organizations (CBOs), faith-based organizations (FBOs), and community leaders.
Empowering young girls to reclaim their confidence, with dignity and with support.
By working together, we can continue to break down taboos, challenge social norms, and create a world where menstruation is no longer a barrier to a girl's education, health, and overall well-being.
Partnerships in Action: Driving Progress in Menstrual Hygiene Advocacy
Mr. James Chifwelu, World Vision Interntional Lesotho National Director speaks to driving progress in Menstrual Hygiene Advocacy through partnerships at the Menstrual Hygiene Day celebration graced by Her Majesty Queen 'Masenaste Mohato Seeiso at Pitseng Primary in Leribe; WVIL Mapiko Cluster.
Menstrual Hygiene Day Celebration with Her Majesty Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso
World Vision International Lesotho (WVIL) commemoration of Menstrual Hygiene Day at Pitseng Primary School in Mapiko Cluster. The event will be graced by the presence of the esteemed WVIL child protection champion, Her Majesty Queen 'Masenate Mohato Seeiso. This momentous occasion aims to raise awareness on menstrual hygiene and advocate for the rights and well-being of girls in school.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has wreaked havoc in many families across the countries, with ripples spanning around he world. With the first cases identified in the city of Wuhan, China in December 2019, its presence in many countries has led countries to issue orders for people to keep away from public spaces, to the detriment of economies.
As bread winners are confined at home with no income, it could lead to where reserves are depleted leaving family members including children to starve. We are responding in every country we work in to limit the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on vulnerable children and their families.
Initially we are prioritizing 17 countries hard hit by the coronavirus, increasing our efforts to protect, especially the vulnerable children.
About World Vision
We are a global Christian humanitarian organisation, which partners with children, families and their communities to help them reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. We follow Jesus' example to show unconditional love to the poor and oppressed. Serving every child we can - of any faith or none.
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Advocacy Campaign: It takes Lesotho to End Child Marriage
Early marriage affects the lives of 17% of girls in Lesotho. Join us in ensuring all children enjoy their childhoods and have bright futures.