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Mathato Sarah Mosisili
Mathato Sarah Mosisili

Lesotho

First Lady of Lesotho


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Created: 21st Apr 2009
Modified: 21st Apr 2009
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Mathato Sarah Mosisili
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Her Excellency Mrs. Mathato Mosisili has been First Lady of Lesotho since her husband Prime Minister Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili took office in April 1998. She is committed to health issues particularly the fight against HIV/AIDS and the care of AIDS orphans and vulnerable children. She is the patron of the Lerato Trust Charity Fund and the Selibeng Women’s forum. She is also a special member of the United Nations task force on women and children affected by
HIV/AIDS. Additionally, she coordinates the activities of the spouses of Parliamentarians with respect to HIV/AIDS activities at the community level. Mrs. Mosisili is trained as a teacher and has extensive experience as a teacher, a lecturer at the college of Education and as an education inspector.

Source: http://leadershipforhealth.org/media/



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Author: tesseymurphy
Fri Feb 19 11:57:09 2010

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Author: zarkent
Tue Oct 5 10:19:37 2010

Hello dear The First Lady of Lesotho Madame Mathato Sarah Mosisili! I and my students Cordially Congratulate You, Your family and all people of Lesotho with The National Holiday – The Independence Day of Lesotho! We wish You, Your family members and all People of Lesotho very strong health, Prosperity and Happiness! We are from sunny Uzbekistan. I teach for classes from 2 till 9 and I have about 150 different(8-15) age students. Now we are working with “Friendship Book and Flag” (FBF) project which will help all teachers and students in the world for strengthen world peace… [Read Full Text]

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