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Why You Should Visit Your PCV

In October of last year my parents came to Lesotho for a week. One of my favorite parts of their trip was that I was able to see Lesotho through fresh eyes. 1,192 more words

Peace Corps

Our new website launching this week!

The website is almost here. It’s been a few months in the making and we are launching this week. We’re proud of the efforts of all staff and RSDA farmers who have contributed to this project. 38 more words

Lesotho

'Many people believe music industry is for men only'

Maffah is a singer from Lesotho, a tiny country completely surrounded by South Africa. She lost her mother in 2009. Since then, she’s been living with her dad, a pastor and carpenter. 944 more words

Africa

Crisis Meeting: Part 7

The Generous Giving Project Officer slid a piece of paper over to Rev John, titled ‘Our Generosity in Numbers’. Rev John studied it carefully.

“John?” Richard nudged him into a response. 1,423 more words

Sketch/Humour

Funny Moments 7

I haven’t shared funny moments in quite a while, so I’ve got a long list for today!

First up, this is my favorite graffiti in Thaba Tseka town, which sums up how I feel about this year: 400 more words

On the trail of the horsemen of Lesotho

“Because it’s there.” Few people haven’t heard Mallory’s Everest climbing quote used to justify… well, pretty much anything nowadays. It seems to fit with today’s lazy, WTF approach to most things, including adventure, especially when it’s just too much effort to really think about the real, honest reason for doing something. 480 more words

Photography

Hitching

One of the most common ways that Lesotho PCVs get around the country is by (sorry, Mom) hitchhiking. Hitches are generally cheaper, faster, and more comfortable than public taxis. 518 more words