The only initiative of its kind in Lesotho, The Hub is a creative technology lab that provides affordable access to computers, the internet, a library, and digital media training in Morija.

Our primary target is young people between the ages of 10-35, and through our various activities, we aim to foster a community of young people in Lesotho who are skilled, inspired, motivated and socially conscious.

In addition to being open for 5 days a week as a resource space, The Hub delivers a range of programs – including motivational talks, community events, and workshops on a range of subjects including: basic computer skills, photography, film making, animation, human rights, women’s rights, environmental awareness, writing skills and more.

1/3 of Basotho are unemployed.

40% youth unemployment.

1/2 live under international poverty line.

23% are HIV positive.

40% need food assistance.

The Hub seeks to take a creative, collaborative and participatory approach to tackling these issues. We harness the power of digital arts for change – through awareness raising, documentation, storytelling and skills development.

The Hub is a project of, and is located at Morija Museum & Archives in Morija, Lesotho.

What Our Members are Saying

“I am a part of this country and I can, and will create a change starting today.

Participant in Song Writing Workshop

“I am not a student, but I am self learning and I feel very motivated at The Hub.”

Anonymous survey

“It is important to be taught about social issues from a very young age.”

Participant in Song Writing Workshop

The Hub operates on a membership basis. Annual membership to The Hub costs M100 ($7), and gives access to all of the Hub’s resources and activities. We offer several opportunities throughout the year for sponsored memberships.

Let’s create change together.