Help Lesotho in the News

Interview with CKCU

April 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Founder and Executive Director of Help Lesotho, Peg Herbert during an interview with CKCU. "She'll be telling us about how this remarkable initiative came about, and the truly beneficial effects that are totally changing lives.

Reusable Pads Restore Girls’ Dignity

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That ‘alternative’, for many from disadvantaged backgrounds like Ms Selloane, was to fall pregnant. Ms Selloane said there was that myth among most young girls in the Leribe community that pregnancy cured period pains. “I

From Witches to Heroes

March 24th, 2017|Comments Off on From Witches to Heroes

“One of the ugliest forms of discrimination that older people are suffering relates to witchcraft accusations and their consequent exposure to degrading and inhumane treatment, in most cases, without being given the opportunity for a

Embrace Inclusion For An AIDS-Free 2030

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Events in Lesotho typically begin with a hymn or a song, followed by a prayer. At a recent sexual education workshop for deaf students hosted by Help Lesotho, the first morning's hymn started with grins

International Youth Day

November 9th, 2016|Comments Off on International Youth Day

International Youth Day 2016: The Road to 2030 The following is a copy of a speech delivered by Boithatelo Khobotlo for International Youth Day 2016. Boithatelo is a member of Help Lesotho’s GIRL4ce Movement, where

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The UpBeat: Ottawa charity honoured

February 14th, 2016|Comments Off on The UpBeat: Ottawa charity honoured

As the founder and executive director of the NGO Help Lesotho, Peg Herbert has learned to expect the unexpected. Whether she is overseeing the construction of a set of stairs in an African village that

News About Lesotho

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The South African Drought

Water-rich Lesotho has long lubricated South Africa’s burgeoning population, but when drought struck in 2016, it was the residents of Katse village who suffered. Read more about the effects of

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Lesotho: The worst drought in a lifetime

When the Ntsoa family realized they were not going to get any harvest from their land in southwestern Lesotho this season, Mathabo Ntsoa’s daughter had to leave to find work

King Commends Help Lesotho

An article written in Sesotho from the Informative News Co. Read the entire article here.

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Help Lesotho Builds Local Capacity

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