Spaces of Solidarity

From October 20-22, 2022, Maleshoane Mohanoe represented The Hub at Spaces of Solidarity (SoS) meeting in Johannesburg. An SoS Forum was founded by the 21 organisations that attended the meeting. From this space, the organisations reaffirmed the commitment to the following: Such commitment is founded on regional and international instruments and standards and more specifically,Continue reading “Spaces of Solidarity”

World Environment Day 2022

With support from the Delegation of the European Union to the Kingdom of Lesotho, The Hub hosted 180 students from 3 primary schools for 3 days of World Environment Day activities from June 1-3, 2022. World Environment Day (June 5) was celebrated under the theme #OnlyOneEarth. Led by the United Nations Environment Programme and heldContinue reading “World Environment Day 2022”

‘This sickness is killing us in so many different ways’: Elders in rural Lesotho reflect on the impacts of Covid-19

This photo essay was part of OSISA’s Numbers as Faces campaign in May, 2021. Download the e-magazine. The interviews were completed in March, 2021. By Leila Hall and Moleboheng Rampou ‘My cousin’s son and his wife got the virus last year,’ recounts 68-year-old ‘Malepekola Moshe, who lives in the remote village of Ha Ramabele inContinue reading “‘This sickness is killing us in so many different ways’: Elders in rural Lesotho reflect on the impacts of Covid-19”

WordPower 2020: Covid-19

The arrival of Covid-19 shifted everything for us here in Lesotho – as it did in countries around the world! At The Hub in Morija, we closed all indoor operations in March 2020. We transitioned into online activism, creating open-source, multimedia Covid-19 educational content in Sesotho, all available as free downloads from our website. WeContinue reading “WordPower 2020: Covid-19”

Digital Skills Workshop with OSISA

From February 18th – 20th 2020 The Hub hosted a Digital Skills Workshop in Morija in partnership with Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA). The workshop participants were OSISA grantees and partners from Angola, Botswana, DRC, Eswatini, Madagascar, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. We had a wonderful time hosting this workshop and meeting colleagues doingContinue reading “Digital Skills Workshop with OSISA”