Welcome to LNLVIP


Lesotho National League of the Visually Impaired Persons is an organisation of the visually impaired persons of Lesotho which was established in 1986. There were a number of reasons which led to the establishment of this organisation. The reasons among others include: advocating for the rights of the visually impaired persons in Lesotho.


Ensuring that, visually impaired persons get access to education like any other able bodied persons. To create a vocational centre where the visually impaired trainees will be taught life skills. To facilitate placement and employment of the visually impaired persons in Lesotho.


 Lesotho National League of the Visually Impaired Persons is a non profit making, a non - political, non religious organisation.

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LNLVIP CELEBRATE WOMEN’S MONTH WITH A BIG NOTE

LNLVIP celebrated women‟s month on the 18th-19th August 2012. The celebration took a different direction from the previous celebrations held before, in that, the workshop was officially opened by Honorable Minister of Social Development, Ms. Matebatso Doti.
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TRAINING  COURSE

LNLVIP held a three weeks inclusive education training for teachers
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LNLVIP FIRST QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT - 2012 JANUARY TO MARCH

This report covers activities under taken by the Lesotho National League of the Visually Impaired Persons within the period January to March 2012.  The activities covered follow here below:     Read more ...

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INTERNATIONAL WHITE CANE DAY 2012

Orientation & Mobility
“Mobility” refers to the  ability of visually impaired  individuals to move with ease, speed, and safety through the environment.   Read more ...

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AWARENESS MATERIAL - MAY 2011

LNLVIP with the funding from UNICEF engaged in producing awareness raising material about visually impaired persons. The material unpacks several different fields because treatment differs from place to place. This document is produced in two official languages; being in English and Sesotho, for it to be accessible to any person. People are encourage to read this document and to put it into practice. Disability can come at any time.


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NEWS ARTICLE - APRIL 2011

Skillshare self-help project; skillshare equipped some of the League’s members with skills on how to be self-dependent in 2008. After that training, the trainees were given capital to start their own businesses. One of the trainees ‘Majeke Nosi was given a public phone which she thought to be a leading tool to the family’s sustainability.

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FOURTH QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT

Introduction   
This report covers activities implemented by Lesotho National League of the Visually Impaired Persons within the period October to December 2010. The activities covered were meetings, workshops, CBR, MBTC, Braille index, increasing learning spirits among visually impaired learners, donation and white cane celebration. 

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