Sentebale report dissemination event

Research shows successful outcomes for young people with HIV

Dr Michael Evangeli, from the Clinical Psychology Department at Royal Holloway University, in collaboration with partners in Botswana, has completed a three-year study of Sentebale’s network clubs and camps programme, which revealed the improved wellbeing of 10 to 19-year-olds living with HIV in Botswana. Funded by Viiv Healthcare, the study assessed the effectiveness, perceived impact,…

Sentebale 2021 Annual Report and Accounts

2021 Annual Report and Accounts are published

Last year was the most challenging time for Sentebale. We had to adapt and innovate to continue reaching out and supporting vulnerable children and young people across Lesotho and Botswana. Discover how in 2021 Annual Report below. Annual Report 2021 Close Sentebale works with vulnerable children and young people across Lesotho and Botswana so they…

Sentebale publishes latest Annual Report and Accounts

We have now published our Annual Report and Accounts 2019-2020, showcasing our work in Southern Africa with children and young people affected by HIV.  For our organisation, and many others, the past year hasn’t been easy. Our programming approach, which relies on people coming together in groups, was no longer possible, due to the Covid-19 epidemic…

Q&A – Sentebale’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Q&A – Sentebale’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The situation with new Coronavirus (COVID-19) is escalating and worsening, on a daily basis, worldwide. Many of you have asked what measures Sentebale has put in place. Here are your biggest questions about our response to Coronavirus, answered.   Has Sentebale taken any measures in response to the spread of the new Coronavirus? Sentebale is…