Lesotho Community Development Volunteering

Go Volunteer Africa offers opportunities for volunteer work in Lesotho through various community volunteering projects, giving you a chance to experience the culture, the people and much more.

We’re looking for volunteers to Lesotho who will contribute to projects in communities where help is most needed. At a one-to-one online orientation interview we’ll discuss your skills, experience and of course, preferences to ensure that you’re assigned to the right project.


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Lesotho Community Development Volunteering programs offered by Go Volunteer Africa range from Childcare support, Construction, Environment Conservation, Teaching, Youth work, Women empowerment, Sustainable livelihoods, Healthcare work, Microfinance work, Sports and coaching, Music and so many other projects.

Through Go Volunteer Africa’s Lesotho Community Development Volunteering you can get involved in youth Development projects, were we aim to enhance the physical, social and emotional development of children/youth in Lesotho.

A volunteer in Lesotho can also get involved in the day running of the childcare centre. The Center provides at-risk children a safe environment in which they participate in any number of extra-curricular activities. Volunteers in Lesoth can help children to practice reading, writing, arithmetic, and English while making time for various games and recreational activities.This is a fun project for anyone who loves working with children.

You can also participate in Music, Dance & Drama projects or Games, Sports and Recreation projects in our Lesotho Community Development Volunteering Program. The MDD, Sports & Recreation Program collaborates with local communities to promote healthy lifestyles amongst local children/youth through teaching basic skills and tactics of football (soccer) and volleyball, teaching music, dance moves and drama.

You can also make a difference by volunteer teaching in Lesotho. The Education Program focuses on English language classes, international cultural exchanges and educational murals.  These initiatives are aimed at a wide range of audiences, from school children to local villagers. The murals we paint are directed towards local schools to help raise awareness on key issues such as personal hygiene, recycling and environmental preservation.

Volunteers who indicate their desire to work in construction enjoy a wide variety of projects to choose from every week.  This is the most flexible branch of Go Volunteer Africa operations, as volunteers may choose to work on different projects every week or, alternatively, work on various stages of one project through to completion (assuming they are able to stay throughout the duration of the project).