Saturday, September 20, 2014
The latest travel advisory (9/18/2014) from the Dept. of State warns U.S. citizens to defer travel to Lesotho at this time due to continued concerns regarding the security situation. If you would like to read more about the conflict in Lesotho and background information visit Think Africa Press.
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Monday, September 1, 2014
Laptops to Lesotho is fortunate to bring on board Fortunate Gunzo. Fortunate is a PhD candidate in ICT in Education at Rhodes University located in Grahamstown, South Africa. Her research interests are in ICT for development, computers in teaching and learning, and computers in rural areas. Prior to her becoming a board member, Fortunate served as a volunteer since 2010. She helped with logistics and support for volunteer's visits to Lesotho. She also worked with teacher training and grant writing. In her new role she will focus on lesson development aligned with the Lesotho curriculum as well as teacher training.
According to the Bloomberg News, Lesotho was left in political limbo after the prime minister and head of the armed forces fled to neighboring South Africa following what they said was an attempted military coup.
Reprinted from the Bloomberg News