DHL helps SOS

DHL helps SOS

MASERU-THE international logistics and shipping company, DHL, and the SOS Children’s Village Lesotho signed a memorandum last week Friday aimed at improving the lives of children within SOS.

The “Go Teach” programme by DHL seeks to help children and young people from all socio-economic backgrounds develop their potential, learn skills and access new opportunities for their career development.
“The DHL believes that the long-term success, sustainability and innovative power of our economy and society depend on a strong educational system and targeted efforts to develop the next generation of working professionals,” the DHL Country Manager, Khethang Ramalefane, said.
To date, 70 children have been enrolled in the programme.

According to the SOS National Director, Sydwell Vushemakota, the Go Teach project is a good opportunity especially now that youth unemployment is a real challenge globally.
“So we want to take this opportunity with both hands and utilise it to reach out to even more young people in our care and give them a head-start in life,” Vushemakota said.

Vushemakota said that they are grateful to DHL for the Go Teach program that exposes their youth to skill sets needed in the workplace.
“We are looking forward to a fruitful relationship and want to give it our best shot this year in terms of scaling up what we do in empowering the youth,” he said.

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