Homework goes mobile for secondary school pupils in Lesotho Trial project in southern African country sends lessons and quizzes to children and enables teachers to monitor progress (The Guardian; 2015) There can be no doubting Lesotho’s commitment to education. In 2000, the country began making primary education free; a decade later, in 2010, it became compulsory. Now the country is trialling a startup that sends homework to pupils via mobile phone (The Guardian; 2015).
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.
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Riders Race To The Unmarked Finish Line It’s no Durban July, but the annual Mehloding Heritage Event Horse Race in Mparane is one of the most exciting events in the country.
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.