The Sentebale Lesotho Team is moving!

From August 2015, the Sentebale Lesotho team will be located permanently at the new Mamohato Children’s Centre.

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The Mamohato Children’s Centre  is named after His Majesty King Letsie III and Prince Seeiso’s mother, Queen ‘Mamohato Bereng Seeiso (also known as the Mother of the Nation) and  sits at the foothills of the Thaba-Bosiu mountain range, a piece of land donated by His Majesty, King Letsie III . The Mamohato Children’s Centre will provide children and young people with a source of empowerment and identity they so desperately need as well as the confidence and tools needed to lead a healthy and fulfilling life. The Centre will act as a flagship for all Sentebale’s work with vulnerable children in Lesotho including orphans, children living with HIV, those with disabilities and herd boys who tend to livestock in the remote highlands.

Construction of the Centre began in April 2014 following the ground breaking ceremony attended by Her Majesty Queen Masenate and Prince Seeiso. The site is now nearing completion and the new staff offices are ready for the team to relocate from Maseru.

From 1st August 2015, the contact details will be:

Thaba Bosiu-Ha Ramarame (Lihaseng), Lesotho

GPS Coordinates 29°21’41.3″S 27°39’08.5″E

Tel +266 2232 4673

Fax +266 2232 4674

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