Lesotho Red Cross Society

Creating better lives for tomorrow in Lesotho

Creating better lives for tomorrow in Lesotho

I had lost my father, who was the only breadwinner in the family in ...

Lesotho: Cares of the carers in crisis-hit southern Africa

Lesotho: Cares of the carers in crisis-hit southern Africa

Ask Red Cross volunteer Malikhang Matsoakeletse what troubles Lesotho’s foothill villages and she will take you to her clients: the hungry and lonely elderly, the struggling mothers, the orphaned children, those with HIV.

Taming the HIV tide in Lesotho

Taming the HIV tide in Lesotho

June 2011 marked 30 years after the discovery of an unusual kind of pneumonia, which could only be referred as rare cancer called Kaposi’s sarcoma.

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Contact details


23 Mabile Road
Old Europa
100 Maseru 100

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 366
100 Maseru 100

Contact Information:

Tel: (266) 223 13 911
Fax: (266) 223 10 166/222 66 068
Telex: 4515 LECROS LO
Email: redcross@redcross.org.ls
Web: http://www.redcross.org.ls

Language of correspondence: English


  • President: Mr Kopano MASILO
  • Secretary General: Prof. Teboho Epharim KITLELI
  • Finance Director: Mr Teboho NKOANE
  • Communication Manager: Ms Tokoloho KHUTSOANE
  • Human Resources and Administration Manager: Mr Moeketsi NTLAMELLE
  • 2nd Vice-President: Mr Joseph FAFATSA
  • Patron: King Letsie III & Queen MASENATE MOHATO SEEISO
  • Disaster Management Coordinator : Mr Maine MAKULA
  • National Health and Social services Coordinator: Mrs Makhosi SEROBE
  • Programmes Director: Mrs Matsepo MOLETSANE
  • Senior Accountant : Mr Patsa PITSO

Latest appeals

22 January 2016
Lesotho - Food Insecurity (MDRLS004)
Lesotho - Emergency Appeal
5 November 2014
Lesotho: Windstorms
Lesotho - Information Bulletin No.1
4 December 2013
Food Insecurity (MDRLS003)
Lesotho - Final Report
31 May 2013
Food Insecurity (MDRLS003)
Lesotho - 6 Month Update
27 November 2012
Food Insecurity (MDRLS003)
Lesotho - Operations Update No. 2

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