In a small, stone-and-cement building in rural Lesotho, lives are being changed and futures formed. More than 70 children dressed in green school uniforms pay close attention to their preschool teacher, 43-year-old Malitsoanelo Moqasa.
Teboho Ralitlhare is 27 years old and has a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics and Demography from the National University of Lesotho. However, since his graduation in 2013, he has been unable to find a job.
Manthabeleng Ramotsekhoane is 65 years old and looks after her family of eight: six grandchildren aged 17 to four years, and two of her adult children. The family lives in Thabang village in Mokhotlong—one of the most rural areas in Lesotho.
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