Our Corporate Social Investment In Lesotho

Healthcare

2009: Medical equipment donated to Seboche Hospital

2013 - 2015: Basic healthcare facilities constructed and equipped in Mokhotlong

2015:

  • 260 healthcare workers trained to provide basic health services in Mokhotlong
  • 350 medical care kits donated to eight healthcare centres in Mokhotlong

2016:

  • Maternity ward equipment donated to Seboche Hospital
  • Medical equipment donated to Mokhotlong Hospital

2020 - 2021: Donated mobile COVID-19 testing infrastructure and vaccines to Lesotho Department of Health and provided personal protective equipment, healthcare worker training and food parcels to at-risk communities

2021: Donated 17 oxygen concentrators and fully equipped ambulance to Lesotho Department of Health


Infrastructure

2007: Maloraneng Lodge and Mapoka campsite constructed

2008: Mapholaneng community hall constructed

2009: Mapoka footbridge constructed

2010: Water and sanitation provided for Phuthalichaba village

2014: Water and sanitation provided for Maloraneng and Ha Seema villages

2018: Pae la itlhatsoa footbridge and Phutalichaba police station constructed

2019: Regional administrative offices constructed in Pae la itlhatsoa

2021: Solar lighting provided for Phutalichaba village

2022: Provided water and sanitation for Ha Moroke village

2023: Additional mini production facilities constructed at existing egg circles


Education

2007 - 2023: 55 tertiary education scholarships granted

2010 - 2011: School uniforms and stationery donated to orphanages in Mapholaneng

2012: Four classrooms, administration offices and kitchen constructed and equipped at Pae la itlhatsoa Primary School

2016: Sanitation provision and renovations at St Peters, St Michaels, Molumong and Mokhotlong primary schools

2016 - 2018:

  • Mountain search and rescue training for herd boys in Mokhotlong
  • Kick4Life sport and education sponsorship for primary school learners in Mokhotlong
  • Life skills training and development for herd boys and primary school learners in Mokhotlong

2018: Water and sanitation infrastructure provided for Mojakisane Primary School

2019: Four classrooms and administration offices constructed and equipped for Tsepong Primary School

2021: Water and sanitation infrastructure development at primary schools within Mokhotlong

2022: Water, sanitation and fencing provided for Mapholaneng High School

2023: Classrooms constructed at the Tsepong and Ntlholohetsane Primary Schools


Enterprise development

2011 - 2014:

  • Four woolsheds constructed and equipped in Thabang, Mapholaneng, Libibing and Malefiloane
  • Ram breeding project established and farmer training and skills development programme developed

2014 - 2016:

  • Six greenhouses constructed and equipped in Botha-Bothe
  • Commercial vegetable farming programme established in collaboration with Malere and Nkhaketse agricultural projects (including farmer training, skills development and provision of seedlings and equipment)

2016 - 2018: Liphamola dairy project commissioned (including construction and equipping of milking parlour, purchase of dairy cows, and training and skills development for dairy farmers)

2021: Tlokoeng and Mokhotlong egg circles constructed and equipped and skills development programme established

2022:

  • Lesotho Legend egg project commissioned when Tlokoeng and Mokhotlong egg circles began operating
  • NGO partnership strategy established for Mokhotlong dairy project and Butha-Buthe vegetable project

2023: Production capacity increased at both the egg and dairy projects. Feed provision program implemented to ensure sustainability of production


Regional support

2006 - 2022: Regional road accident response, medical treatment and emergency evacuation through Letšeng clinic

2011: Food security and livelihood programme in Khubelu

2016: Housing of vulnerable community members during extreme weather events

2016 - 2021: Community health intervention and awareness programmes

2021: Basic infrastructure rebuild after localised flooding (including water provision, access roads and footbridges)

2022 - 2023: Provided financial donations to child-headed households