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New Heart English Bible Then Esther the queen answered, "If I have found favor in your sight, O king, and if it please the king, let my life be given me at my petition, and my people at my request. That is my request. And spare the life of my people. We help the most vulnerable children in Lesotho and Botswana get the support they need to lead healthy and productive lives.
We can do even more with your help. To become the leading organisation in the provision of psychosocial support for children living with HIV in Southern Africa. I had a fantastic time in Australia, Argentina and Botswana but in the end the thing that had the greatest impact on me was the two months I spent working in Lesotho.
I was lucky enough to have an amazing guide in Prince Seeiso. His knowledge and compassion for his country showed me that there could be a way of making a difference in Lesotho that would go far beyond the building projects I worked on. I met so many children whose lives had been shattered following the death of their parents — they were so vulnerable and in need of care and attention. Again and again as we travelled round Lesotho we saw the same thing: Prince Seeiso and I decided that we could make a long-term difference by starting a charity that could direct funds to the grassroots organisations, which were taking so much of the strain but finding it hard to get help.
This charity is a way in which Prince Seeiso and I can remember our mothers, who both worked with vulnerable children and people affected by AIDS. In we opened our office in Lesotho so that we can work directly with grassroots organisations to transform the lives of children and young people.
Most children in Lesotho live in small villages or rural areas. My father did not want us to believe that we were any different from those children. Almost every school holiday he sent us out of town to Matsieng, our ancestral home. Sometimes I would live and work alongside the Basotho young men whose job it was to look after herds for weeks on end. Nevertheless it was not an entirely typical experience.
The conditions at our cattle-posts are far better than many, and my father was very sensitive not to employ under-aged persons.
It is the harsh socio-economic reality of life in Lesotho that forces families to send their sons away to work like this. They are sent to the remotest hill country where they endure extremely bleak conditions, living in primitive huts on their own. The herd boy tradition denies them any opportunity to enjoy their youth and curtails their prospects of overcoming the cycle of poverty they are trapped in.
I took Prince Harry to stay overnight in the mountains at one of our cattle-posts. From this mountain cattle-post the dream of Sentebale was born: I know this will not be easy, nor will it happen overnight. We are committed for the very long term.