Archive for Jasmine Arndt
Lesotho: A New Dawn for School Feeding in Lesotho
Maseru — Lesotho is putting into practice an old saying: “it takes a village to raise a child”, as it refashions its national school feeding programme to become more inclusive of the local agricultural sector. Lesotho recognizes it will take a community to feed a child, and to also create a sustainable, home-grown feeding programme that benefits both children and smallholder farmers (All Africa; 2014).
Charities That Inspire Kids: The African Library Project
Assisting in a charity has the potential to provide remarkable teachings and value to children.
(New York Times; 2014)
Two families described their support for the African Library Project: Sofie Vercruysse-Vandeputte and her family, and Christel Hyden (New York Times; 2014).
Second Edition Of The Lesotho Ultra Trail Doesn’t Disappoint
The 2014 Lesotho Ultra Trail (LUT), Africa’s first Ultra SkyMarathon®, took place on the 29th of November in the Tse’hlanyane National Park in the heart of the Maluti Mountains of Lesotho.
70% Dark Chocolate Tart
CONFERENCES AT MALIBA LODGE
TS’EHLANYANE NATIONAL PARK
Maliba Lodge Celebrates The Opening Of The New Main Lodge
After considerable perseverance over the past 15 months, Maliba Lodge takes great pride in announcing the completion, and opening of the newly constructed Main Lodge.
Maluti Mountains – A Mountain Bikers Paradise!
Armand du Toit reflects on his experience at one of the Afriski MTB training weekends in Lesotho.
Excitement builds as we arrived at AfriSki to try out the new trails we heard they’ve been working on. Little did I know the guys had really smoked the innovative pipe and #boom, I was pleasantly surprised!
IF you were thinking of an ideal location on which to base a commercial fish farm, you wouldn’t necessarily think of the mountainous land-locked African nation of Lesotho(Lesotho Times; 2014) .