The Lesotho Orphans Project
Philippi is a 11 year old boy who lost his mother a few years ago. He now lives with his grandmother, M’e Catharine, who can hardly walk and could not be at the demonstration. She looks after Philippi and another grandchild. We knew Philippi's mother from a Spinning and Knitting project Alice set up a few years ago. We were very sad to hear she had passed away and are glad we can do something to help her son. His stove has been donated by Alice's sister Henny Troostwijk.This little girl’s name is Lebohang. She is 11 years old and is looked after by her 21 year old sister, Malefu. There is another little sister, 3 years old, in this family without parents. Their stove has been donated by Coos Troostwijk and Geok Yong.M'e Mateboho, from Haramabele, takes care of 4 grandchildren. Here with her adorable baby granddaughter and charming grandson. Her stove was donated by Annemiek Piscaer.M’e Mpho Sello, from Paanya, is sole guardian to three young grandchildren who have lost their parents. This is the youngest of the three. M’e Mpho cannot walk well, and could not attend the meeting. Their stove has been donated by Trijntje van den Bos.Hamamate Social media 1Aussie Karabelo, from Hamamathe,  and her sister live with grandmother, M’e Malebuli. Their stove was donated by Gemeente Breda.

Donate an ACE 1 cookstove

$99.00

Help improve the lives of an orphaned family in Lesotho

By donating a stove to the Lesotho Orphans Project you can make a direct and positive impact on the lives of Lesotho's families who have been affected by AIDS.

Your $99 donation will allow us to donate an ACE 1 Ultra-Clean Biomass Cookstove on your behalf and create a real positive change in their lives. We will send you a photo of the family with the stove, so you can see exactly who you've helped to improve their health, environment and standard of living. If you'd like to read more about the Lesotho Orphans Project, click here.

Rea u leboha (We thank you!)

Product Description

For each ACE 1 Cookstove you donate,  you will receive a photo of the recipient family. You can see all donations made so far in our Photo Gallery.