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Friday, September 21, 2018
Mixing Business With Pleasure
The director health services from the ministry of Health Dr. Nnyane Letsie has appreciated the United Nations Population’s Fund continual support to Lesotho’s government on maternal death whose root cause is unwanted pregnancies.
The chairperson of the parliamentary Women’s Caucus Hon. ‘Mats’epo Ramakoae says they are aware of challenges facing Basotho women and girls which includes poverty, child marriage, gender based violence and maternal death.
The Chairperson of Peace and Security Council of the African Union Ambassador Susan Sikaneta says corruption, polarization of civil service, as well as shortage of technical resources, are some of the challenges facing Lesotho.
The deputy Prime Minister Hon. Monyane Moleleki says the government of Lesotho is delighted to be working in close collaboration with the United Nations to deliver on its strategic agenda, in particular under the strategic focus of the UN Reform and delivering as one.
The deputy minister of Health Hon. ‘Mamakoae Phohleli says it is through the United Nations Population Fund support that Lesotho has today improved contraceptives prevalence up to 67 percent.