Health and Wellbeing

We strengthen the health and social and emotional wellbeing of the most vulnerable children living with and at risk of HIV

We strengthen the social and emotional wellbeing of the most vulnerable children and young people living with, or at risk of HIV by addressing their basic mental health with psychosocial support, information sharing and providing access to youth-friendly health services.

We deliver information to children and young people so they can make informed decisions regarding their health and wellbeing. This includes working with our partners to provide sexual and reproductive health and rights education, HIV testing and counselling services, access to HIV medication, HIV referral and retention treatment programmes and basic mental health and wellbeing support.

Our ways of working include face-to-face peer-led group sessions at local healthcare facilities and at the Mamohato Children’s Centre Lesotho, and more recently radio shows, information sharing through social media groups, and via mobile networks.

“We believe in youth-friendly health services which are free of stigma and discrimination”

Sentebale Let Youth Lead Advocate

“My daughter’s adherence, self-confidence and grades have improved… She is now off to University.”

Mrs M

Hear from Bakang

Our outcomes

More children and young people know their HIV status.

Children and young people have improved understanding of sexual and reproductive health and rights issues.

More children and young people benefit from improved uptake of health services, treatment and retention in health care services.

Children and young people’s lives are improved through psycho-social support.



We work with local and national partners to provide health and social services for children and young people in a friendly, safe environment.



We believe young people should shape their own future and be given the opportunity to advocate for improved health, education and social protection.

Education and Livelihoods

& Livelihoods

We work with young people so they are more resilient, self-confident and empowered members of their communities.