PATRONS

THEIR MAJESTIES KING LETSIE III AND QUEEN ‘MASENATE MOHATO SEEISO

Testimonials

A dedicated and results-driven senior manager with a highly successful background in the achievement of community development growth through the creation and execution of successful development strategies.

Experienced in working with leading development organizations in the competitive field of development with the primary focus on exceeding expectations for socio and economic development service delivery while ensuring optimum quality services.

Possesses excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills and the ability to develop and maintain mutually beneficial internal and external relationships. Enjoys being part of, as well as managing, motivating and training, a successful and productive team, and thrives in highly pressurized and challenging.

Mr Silas Mosuhli

President, Lesotho Red Cross Society

Mr Masilo was born in Thaba Tseka on August 8, 1978. He is married with two children. He was elected to the position of the President on 3rd May 2015.

Mr Masilo holds a Master’s Degree in Economic Policy Management from the University of Zambia and BA in Development studies and Human Geography from the National University of Lesotho.

Before assuming the LRCS presidency Mr Masilo worked at Lesotho Red Cross from 2004-2007 where he managed various disaster management and food security projects. He continued his career in the NGO sector from 2008 – 2013 in the LCN working on capacity building and coordination of NGOs in fields of Disaster management and Economic justice. From 2013- 2015, Mr Masilo joined the UN system in Lesotho working on Donor coordination and Effectiveness until he recently joined Action Aid as a Regional Manager.

Mr Kopano Masilo

Secretary General, Lesotho Red Cross Society

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Community Service

RED CROSS RESTORED MY VALUE

"Lesotho Red Cross Society helped me to realize that I have value and I can highly contribute to the my country's development regardless of my background.  I have now completed my Associate Degree in Business Management with merit and got an industry award for...

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Wash

70 YEAR OLD WOMAN DIGS A TOILET PIT

“I will dig my own toilet,”said the 70 year old Chief of Ha Lebele in Mohale’s Hoek who was digging a 2.9 meter by 170 cm and 2 meters deep hole for a pit latrine. She had started digging the hole which is on rocks with her daughter who has now gone to Bloemfontein in...

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Tackling taboos in latrine sharing – Lesotho

In a country where 22% of the population are using latrines and where in some rural villages there are no latrines for an entire community, it is perhaps surprising to note that taboos regarding latrines are already present: namely, latrine sharing between certain...

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LACK OF TOILETS DISRUPTS CLASSES

Taele Primary School is among seven of the most remote schools with no sanitation facilities at all. In August 2016 the school has a total number of 153 students (81 girls and 72boys).  What one saw as the nearest water source, that the children use daily is breath...

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