Partnering with faith communities to ensure water availability in Lesotho

In the build-up to commemorating World Water Day coming up on 22nd March 2021, World Vision's Lesotho Office has organised  Training of Trainers workshop based on a manual named 'Jesus Source of Living Water', to be held at Thaba-Bosiu Cultural Village from 16th to 19th March 2021. 

The purpose of the workshop is to build a pool of faith leaders knowledgeable in the 'Jesus Source of Living Water' model, and how it relates to the importance of water availability for the general wellbeing of children and their communities.

The 'Jesus source of Living Water' model teaches about the importance of water in the existence of every living thing, which is the reason that drives World Vision to ensure that every child, household, health facility receives clean and sustainable Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).

The 'Jesus Source of Living Water' model, and faith leaders' experiences.


World water day is an Annual United Nations observance that highlights the importance of fresh water to communities. It is used to advocate for the sustainable provision and management of fresh water resources. This year’s theme is ‘Valuing Water’, and the focus will extend beyond the issues of pricing to include the environmental, social, and cultural value people place on water.

World Vision is a global Christian humanitarian organisation. We partner with children, their families and communities to help them reach their full potential by tackling the root causes to poverty and injustices in Lesotho, and making sure that all children are participating in the decisions that affect them.

For more information, contact:

Makopano Semakale or Atang Likotsi

Communications Department  

World Vision Lesotho, Tel: 22317371.

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