In Lesotho, primary education has recently been given a priority by the government with the involvement of the communities
This high rank civil servant is a very dynamic lady who links her job to the development of the nation. The system is still very centralised - during the interview a headmistress came from a mountainous district and request the officer's signature to purchase --- tissue paper for the school she was heading.
There is a big diplomatic work to do to explain changes. The political turmoil in Lesotho is not conducive at all for such change of mentalities. On the contrary, it seems to be a period when everybody stands on its position.
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|Notes: [[Written for the public debate "Actors and processes of the cooperation", which could feed the next Lome Convention (European Union/ACP countries relations). This debate, animated by the FPH, has been started by the Cooperation and Development Commission of the European Parliament and is supported by the European Commission.]|
|Notes: Fax: 266 310562|
|Notes: Tel: 266 313628|
|Notes: P.O. Box 47, Maseru, LESOTHO|
|Notes: Ministry of Education Manpower Development|
|Notes: Chief Education Officer - Primary|