This training was part of the UN support to the on-going National Reforms dialogue processes which call for the transformation of the security sector into a professional service.
Women and girls are impatient for change, and it’s easy to understand why. Women still earn only 77 cents for every dollar men earn for the same work. At least 200 million women and girls alive…
UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative, Salvator Niyonzima, at the Opening of the National Leaders Forum in the Context of the National Dialogue on the Lesotho we Want
By being here today, you are making not only a giant step in the journey, but also sowing hope that, through dialogue, the transformation of Lesotho can be realized
Mr. Salvator narrated the genesis and developmental stages of the project starting with the pledge by Lesotho political parties to prioritize reforms after the June 3, 2017 poll, to key UN’s responses…
UN Resident Coordinator's Remarks at the official Launch of the Lesotho National Dialogue and Stabilization Project
In its first response to Lesotho’s request, the UN availed a team of experts who consulted stakeholders and supported the Government to develop a reforms document titled, The Lesotho We Want: Dialogue…
The LNSDP aims to facilitate consensus building and catalyse a conducive environment for inclusive and comprehensive National Reforms.
65 participants, organised into 17 teams, competed for the Cash Prize of US$ 5,000
The Ministry of Development Planning, with support from the European Union (EU) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will hold a 5-day Basic Statistics Training.