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Monthly Guest Lecture Series

                                                            

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Entrepreneurship in Lesotho – The Past, Present and Future

Here is some fascinating reading from Dr Sean Maliehe (PhD), a postdoctoral research fellow in the Human Economy Programme, Centre for Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Dr Maliehe works on the economic history of...

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES #6: Be the change you want to see in the world

“You must be the change you want to see in the world,” Gandhi once said. As a graduate you think that you could never make a difference in the world, but you can. It all...

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in loco fellows blog series #5: Learning, fun, out-of-the-comfort-zone experiences

Adventure and Passion; the two words that come to mind when Mamanti Phothane Makara is mentioned (by the way that is my name). They tell me I am “generally” friendly and I have a charismatic...

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Peer-to-peer learning

Visit from Architecture students from Limkokwing University to our live project in Lesotho Watch the video from the visit here.

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Digging the trenches

Digging foundations for Residential Centre & Entrepreneurship Hub for adolescents who will move here from the overcrowded GLC centre for orphans and vulnerable children. Watch the video here

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rise update – May 2018

It has quite literally been a ground-breaking week for rise, as we FINALLY got out the spade and dug the first foundations for the residential center and business hub for vulnerable youth in Lesotho. Over...

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in loco fellows’ blog series #3

Three months as a Fellow… I am Madane Bataung, a graduate in civil engineering from Lerotholi Polytechnic in Lesotho. I am also the founder of @Nebulart Recycling Group. I am that nice guy who leaves...

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in loco fellows’ blog series #2

MY TWO MONTHS EXPERIENCE AS A FELLOW I have been staring at my pc for some time now, cracking my head on how to go about the task given to me or should I say...

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Construction update

New piece of land acquired Our community partner, God’s Love Centre (GLC) is overcrowded with 50+ children living in a 2 dorm-room house. Since the land on which the orphanage is located is quite small,...

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