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St David's Day Parade, Mokhotlong 2012

"In health, education, environment and religion the partnership with Wales has been a real source of inspiration and hope to our people."

Kenneth Tsekoa, Lesotho Minister of Foreign Affairs

Over the past 25 years Dolen Cymru has been dedicated to creating life changing links between Wales and Lesotho in fields of education, health, governance and civil society.

Identified by the UN as a least developed country and with more than a quarter of its population suffering from HIV/AIDS, with an average life expectancy of less than 40 years, Lesotho is in need of support, training and educational development.

Dolen Cymru is proud to have Prince Harry as our patron.


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