RSDA exists to eradicate extreme hunger and improve the lives of rural Basotho by supporting sustainable agriculture, facilitating self-help and enabling rural communities to become sustainable. To promote and steer self-help amongst rural Basotho to improve their livelihoods. Capacity building for self-help groups HIV and AIDS prevention and mitigation Programmes: Agricultural production, e.g. chickens, dairy production, Machobane Farming System, permaculture, conservation farming, and forestry
Activities in Lesotho :
RSDA provides technical support to rural communities through its rural-based field officers and is highly regarded for its innovative activities, including promoting the Machobane farming system, permaculture, water harvesting, seed security, HIV/AIDS information through peer education and nutrition strategies, conservation farming, chicken hatchery and work in the dairy sector. Peer Education Clubs
We have activities with schools, youths who are not in schools, PLWA, Self-help groups and Agric commodity Associations
RSDA will continue to support rural communites with all its activities into the future. Promote Education for OVC.
AusAID Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) Denmark-Lesotho Network FAO Golden Valley Agricultural Trust (GART) Sida USAid/PEPFAR (through Pact Lesotho)
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