Help Lesotho empowers vulnerable children, youth and grandmothers through its education, leadership development and psychosocial support programs and partnerships. Help Lesotho is committed to gender equity and social justice and the alleviation of HIV/AIDS and poverty in Lesotho.

  1. Gender Based Violence
    Sugar Daddies are Definitely NOT Sweet

    In Lesotho, sugar daddies are called ‘blessers’, and they initiate relationships by buying girls presents. These relationships are dangerous and…

  2. Culture
    The Power and Influence of Mothers-in-Law in Lesotho

    We have all heard the stories of ‘monsters-in-law’ when a group of women get talking about their husbands’ mothers. Some…

  3. Health
    The Power of Knowledge in the Fight against HIV/AIDS

    Correct information empowers people to make the best possible choices in all aspects of life. Conversely, incorrect or poorly communicated…

  4. SRHR
    Herd Boys in Lesotho

    Young Thabo left school at nine years of age to tend sheep, goats and cattle in the treacherous mountain passes…