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LRCS LAUNCH STORM SURGE RESPONSE

LRCS LAUNCH STORM SURGE RESPONSE

Following the heavy rainfall coupled with winds which caused severe damages affecting 968 people whose impacts were felt mostly by communities in Maseru and Quthing districts from the 22nd -28th December 2023, Lesotho Red Cross Society (LRCS) received the Disaster...

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LRCS EXTENTS A HELPING HAND TO ST. PAUL SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF.

LRCS EXTENTS A HELPING HAND TO ST. PAUL SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF.

On the 10th August 2023, Lesotho Red Cross Society (LRCS) received a request from St Paul School for the Death in Leribe that the school was about to be closed due to lack of food. As a result, Leribe Division and the LRCS Headquarters facilitated the provision of...

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LRCS HOLDS AN EARLY ACTION PROTOCOL WORKSHOP.

LRCS HOLDS AN EARLY ACTION PROTOCOL WORKSHOP.

On Thursday the 30th March 2023, Lesotho Red Cross Society (LRCS) held an Early Action Protocol (EAP) at ‘Manthabiseng Convention centre. Present at the workshop were LRCS Divisional Secretaries, LRCS staff, Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Forestry, Range...

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KENA GRANNY’S CLUB

KENA GRANNY’S CLUB

With the help and guidance of Lesotho Red Cross Society, elderly people from Kena community started a “GRANNY’S CLUB” with the aim of destressing and coming together as elderly people to talk about challenges that they come across in their day to day life. This...

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70 PERCENT TARGET TO VACCINATE AGAINST  COVID-19 PROMISING

70 PERCENT TARGET TO VACCINATE AGAINST COVID-19 PROMISING

Africa CDC Saving Lives and Livelihoods Regional Coordinator  Dr Charles Ibeneme informed  the  Lesotho Government Minister of Health Mr Selibe Mochoboroane that he is impressed with the achievements of the COVID19 vaccination project in Lesotho. Dr. Ibeneme informed...

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LRCS COMPLETE CHLDREN’S RIGHTS VIOLATIONS STUDY FOR UNICEF

LRCS COMPLETE CHLDREN’S RIGHTS VIOLATIONS STUDY FOR UNICEF

Although children have adverse challenges to get education in Lesotho like long distances  to school and bullying they still find schools as safer places to be than home. This was said by the children during a  UNICEF Lesotho study   called ‘Children’s Voice’ whose...

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SCHOOL FEEDING PROJECT ENDED!!!

SCHOOL FEEDING PROJECT ENDED!!!

A two-year School feeding project implemented by Lesotho Red Cross Society (LRCS) which started in 2021 ended in March 2023 in the Butha Buthe district. The aim of the project was to ensure food security and sustainable livelihoods of the schools and the communities....

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