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Articles from Lesotho

  1. Lesotho Next Generation

    My husband served in the tiny country of Lesotho from 1977-1979.  31 years later he returns, bringing me and our two sons (12 and 10 years old) to meet his family there.  Nothing felt more amazing than feeling the love his former co-workers and friends have for Kenton.  As fresh and deep - like he had never left.  We sensed the honor and pride in their voices and actions --we all became one family.   To celebrate my husband's friend and former PC co-worker, Simon, arranged for us to travel up...

  2. Lesotho Reading New Books

    This student is reading new books provided by The African Library Project.  The students worked hard to get through primary school despite their daily battle with the elements. 

  3. Lesotho Volleyball

    Senkoase High School boys' volleyball team was awarded the opportunity to travel to the capital city of Maseru for a country-wide tournament.  We didn't do very well, but it was worth the trip: for many of the boys, it was their first time off the mountain and into the big city.

  4. Lesotho Joala

    Anthony is taking in the local culture: homemade sorghum beer called joala.

  5. Lesotho PC Partnership

    During Community Based Training (CBT), a young girl helped my friend Amy find her way home.

  6. Lesotho Nature's Chair

    Ntate Mathaba, a co-worker, takes a break after a long day.

  7. Lesotho Colors of Lesotho

    In a remote village in the beautiful mountain kingdom, a local Mosotho boy shyly smiles upward towards a group of herd-boys passing through the area on their donkeys.

Lesotho

Lesotho

Map of Lesotho
status
Open
program dates
1967-Present
current volunteers
81
cumulative volunteers
2,112

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