Clean Up Morija 2018!

From May 5-6, 2018, The Hub hosted Maseru based NGO Africa’s Green Generation (AGG) for our second annual community clean up. Their motto is ‘Working Together to build Healthier, Greener and Cleaner communities’ emphasizing the importance of taking care of our environment as well as our bodies. We started day 1 with stretching and exercising, followed byContinue reading “Clean Up Morija 2018!”

Community Clean Up May 5-6

From 5 – 6 May 2018, The Hub will host Africa’s Green Generation for our second annual community clean up in Morija. The clean up will combine environmental education with fun activities for participants. The waste collected over the weekend will be used by Nebulart Recycling Group for making eco bricks. Through participation in the community clean up, 20Continue reading “Community Clean Up May 5-6”

Raliphoofolo, a super shepherd

From April 22-23, 2017 The Hub hosted Patrick Rorke for a weekend workshop on Animation. In celebration of Earth Day, the animation created by participants over the weekend was a story about a super shepherd Raliphoofolo, who encourages us to keep our communities clean. Special thanks to Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa for supportingContinue reading “Raliphoofolo, a super shepherd”

Community Clean Up with AGG

From April 29-30, 2017, The Hub held a community clean up with Africa’s Green Generation (AGG) in Morija. They did a great job combining environmental education with fun activities for the 50+ participants! AGG is an environmental organisation based in Maseru, which works with youth in their community of Moshoshoe II to build healthier, greener andContinue reading “Community Clean Up with AGG”

April Weekend Workshop: Animation

From April 22-23, 2017 The Hub hosted Patrick Rorke for a weekend workshop on Animation. In celebration of Earth Day, the animation created by participants over the weekend was a story about the importance of keeping our communities clean. Hub volunteers have the task of editing the animation, using our new MacBook Pro, donated by ourContinue reading “April Weekend Workshop: Animation”

Ready for 2017

The Hub has been back in action for a few weeks after a summer break. Job-Ready Fridays have featured a photography Skills Session, and Hub Talks by singer Leomile, and Kanono Thabane from Lesotho Council of NGOs. Some of the upcoming speakers are award winning actor Lebohang Ntsane, and entrepreneur/motivational speaker Nozipho Nonyana. We areContinue reading “Ready for 2017”

The Hub was officially launched August 11, 2015

The Hub held its official opening ceremony yesterday! The event was attended by Her Majesty Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso, who made a speech and officially opened The Hub. The Honourable Minister of Tourism, Environment and Culture also spoke at the event, as did representatives from our two primary sponsors – Standard Lesotho Bank and theContinue reading “The Hub was officially launched August 11, 2015”

Tatso Ea Setso – Taste of Tradition

On the 10th of December 2014, Flava of Africa and Africa’s Green Generation held a lunch in celebration of Terra Madre Day. This celebration, named Tatso ea Setso – Taste of Tradition is part of a world-wide celebration to commemorate Terra Madre Day. Terra Madre Day is a moment for the Slow Food network to highlightContinue reading “Tatso Ea Setso – Taste of Tradition”

Photos from Africa’s Green Generation’s fundraising mixer

In celebration of Lesotho’s Independence Day on October 4th, Africa’s Green Generation (AGG) held its 1st social fundraising mixer. With great food and entertainment, the event was a success, with proceeds going towards supporting the efforts of Africa’s Green Generation in the community of Moshoeshoe II in Maseru. Follow AGG on Facebook!

Inspiring a new generation of green activists in Lesotho

By Leila Hall It is a Saturday morning in Moshoeshoe II, a neighborhood of Maseru, Lesotho. A small army of eco-warriors has set out to try and clean up the litter in their community. The group is made up of children and teenagers of varying ages who work together, holding black rubbish bags between them and picking up the many bottles, cans,Continue reading “Inspiring a new generation of green activists in Lesotho”