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How Lesotho Plans to Address Malnutrition Amongst Children in Quthing, Mohale’s Hoek

19 February 2024 by Mamohlakola Letuka  Est Read Time: 7 min(s) 42 sec(s) Quthing farmers display their produce at the launch of a four-year food program designed to strengthen the local economy by creating a market for farmers and ensuring children have access to nutritious meals. Credit: Provided. At Mohlakoana Primary [...]

From Royal Plea to Quthing’s Plight: Lesotho’s King Urges Greater International Support in Battling Climate Change

5 January 2024 by Pascalinah Kabi  Est Read Time: 5 min(s) 1 sec(s) Listen to this article: A Quthing house was destroyed by strong winds in December 2023. Credit: Facebook User. As Mpiti Lebesele Letsie, a seasoned radio presenter at Seaka FM in Quthing, gazed through the window, an ordinary afternoon [...]

Inside Lesotho’s Green Revolution: Inspiring a Global Shift towards Sustainable Change

18 December 2023 by Pascalinah Kabi   Est Read Time: 6 min(s) 49 sec(s) Listen to this article: The Ramarothole solar plant stands as a compelling testament to Lesotho’s steadfast commitment to a complete transition to clean energy. Credit: MNNCIJ/Sechaba Mokhethi. As people all around the world strive to shift from using [...]

Diaper Pollution Menace Threatens Lesotho’s Pristine Landscapes

According to researchers, diapers you throw away have a harmful chemical called dioxin, which can be really bad for health, can even cause cancer. 6 December 2023 by Pascalinah Kabi  Est Read Time: 8 min(s) 10 sec(s) Listen to this article: Paseka Lentsoenyane, a 36-year-old resident of Hleoheng in Maputsoe, Lesotho, [...]

In Lesotho, Rural Women Unite for a Hunger-Free Future with Climate-Smart Project

16 November 2023 by Lucia Moshoeshoe  This climate-smart Banana plot retains moisture for five days. Credit: Uncensored News/ Pascalinah Kabi. According to the 2023 Global Hunger Index, Lesotho’s hunger level is a cause for alarm, standing at 35.5 percent. The country is just 15 percent away from reaching the extremely alarming [...]

Reforesting Upstream of ‘Muela Dam: A Natural Solution to Combat Soil Erosion and Preserve Water Levels

Soil erosion in ‘Muela underscores a larger issue – the critical problem of land degradation that Lesotho is addressing. In the era of climate change, there is an urgent need for coordinated efforts to mitigate harmful human activities that significantly contribute to land degradation, which poses a major threat to [...]

Unpacking the Nairobi Declaration: Global Warming’s Impact on Water Levels, Tourism, and Agriculture in Lesotho

18 October 2023 by Pascalinah Kabi Acting Director of Lesotho Meteorology Services, Mokoena France. Credit: Internet On 6 September 2023, African leaders passed a landmark Declaration that calls on the world’s largest polluters to fulfil their financial commitments to Africa. The Nairobi Declaration also calls on development partners to intentionally [...]