Vodacom Lesotho through its foundation office has partnered with National Association of the Death Lesotho (NADL) as way of making the sure the international death week commemoration befits triumph. The whole remembrance is said to take place on the 12th September at Manthabiseng Convention Centre.
According to the Executive Head Legal Regulatory and External Affairs Molemo Motseki they are joining in because as the foundation they are willing to partner with minority groups in the country to see that they thrive.
“We believe in supporting them because these are our customers, these are the people that support our business; most importantly today we wish them all the best and hope whatever they do be taken seriously, not only by us but other private sectors and government,” he said.
He added that this is just the beginning of many projects that they will work hand in hand.
Vodacom has committed M110, 00.00 that will go towards catering for the participants on the day of the conference.
The international deaf week is annually celebrated on the 23th September 2018 by organisations of Deaf people promoting equal rights for the Deaf people in the world.
As a result, NADL is an organisation promoting equal rights of the Deaf people through the use of sign language in Lesotho.
objectives of the international deaf week include Reaching out to and influencing the government of Lesotho to legally fulfill their obligations, promoting deaf people as unique in having both perspectives of disability and linguistic minority and that sign language and deaf culture strengthens to mention but a few.