Camara Education has launched its second Education Hub in Lesotho, located in the capital city Maseru. The Lesotho Minister for Education & Training, ‘Makabelo Priscilla Mosothoane, officially opened the new hub at a ceremony also attended by Archbishop of Maseru, Most Rev. Gerard Tlali Lerotholi and Irish Ambassador, H.E Gerry Gervin.
The Minister for Education & Training spoke at the event to reaffirm the government’s desire to work with Camara, while CEO Justin Keane reiterated Camara’s commitment to transforming education in Lesotho. Paul Griffin, father of the late Paul Simon Griffin, to whose memory Camara Lesotho’s new Maseru Education Hub was dedicated, described the benefit of education as experienced by his family in Ireland.
So far this year Camara Lesotho has distributed over 200 computers to disadvantaged schools, giving 4,200 students access to an improved education. Camara looks forward to increasing this success in the future and is excited to see the new Education Hub in Maseru play an important role in this endeavour.
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