Children’s village receive Computers and Sanitisers
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By Retšelisitsoe Khabo
Lesotho football association (Lefa) has gifted six computers, personal protective clothing that includes 1300 face masks, 80 liters of hand sanitizers, soccer balls to the SOS Children’s Village.
Lefa handed the donations to the SOS on May 7 and held a grassroots festival for boys and girls ages 6 to 12 years at the children’s village.
Mikia Kalati, Lefa’s communication officer said the purpose of the initiative is to give back to the community.
Lefa’s secretary-general Mokhosi Mohapi said their relations with SOS have been running for a long time.
Mohapi said despite financial challenges that came with the covid-19 pandemic Lefa found it worth it to help those who are in need.
He said they will find ways to extend a helping hand to SOS in order for the children’s village to combat the pandemic.
Mohapi said Lefa is donating computers to help children learn basic computing skills at an early stage of their development.
He added they also donated soccer balls to nurture children’s talents at a very young age and hand sanitizers to help fight the Covid-19 virus.
Qenehelo Matjama, SOS’s programs head expressed his heartfelt gratitude for Lefa’s donations to the children’s village.
He said SOS’s mission is to ensure that children get access to better education and have a bright future.