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WHO welcomes Lesotho’s immunisation drive

Ntsoaki Motaung The World Health Organisation (WHO) country representative Dr Richard Banda has touted the noticeable progress Lesotho has made to immunize children under five...

The noble profession of midwifery

Ntsoaki Motaung “Hearing a baby’s cry and seeing the smile on the mother’s face is the most fulfilling moment to every midwife.” This is how Lahlewe...

‘Family planning not for married couples only’

Ntsoaki Motaung 30 years Matiisetso Dabesha from Masaleng-Lejoana-Motho in the district of Berea says family planning services, especially commodities like contraceptives are not for married...

Health disparities affect people living in rural communities

Ntsoaki Motaung People living in remote areas have to travel long distances to access healthcare services and this limits their access to life-saving interventions. Pregnant women...

Making girls’ dreams achievable through good nutrition

Ntsoaki Motaung and Masetleka Matjekesa The African Union (AU) high-level dialogue on nutrition financing recently launched the adolescent nutrition campaign in Maseru. The campaign was launched...

King calls for implementation of Africa Free Trade Area

Ntsoaki Motaung His Majesty King Letsie III who is also the African Union (AU) nutrition champion has called on African governments to accelerate the implementation...

‘Govt invested M340 million for nutrition’

Ntsoaki Motaung The Member of Parliament (MP) Makhalanyane Mokhothu has said that the budget for the financial year 2023/2024 includes M340 million for nutrition. This Makhalanyane...


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