NUL receives donations from EU
The National University of Lesothoâ€™s (NUL) Innovation Hub this week received donations from the European Union Electoral Observation Mission (EU EOM).
The donated equipment includes a safe, four laptops, three mobile phones, three telephones and multi-plugs.
EU Ambassador, Paola Anadel, said the equipment would come in handy in helping the hub with its day-to-day operations.
Anadel also called for the donations to be utilized solely for the benefit of the university not for profit-making purposes.
She said the NUL Innovation Hub received the donation because it deals with the youth, who are also budding entrepreneurs.
On her part, Dr Pulane Nkhabutlane from NUL Innovation Hub, also a senior lecturer at the university, committed to making sure that the equipment is used for the benefit of youth and young entrepreneurs.
She added the EU was welcome to monitor the usage of the donated equipment to see if indeed it was benefiting the youth.
Another beneficiary of EU EOM donations is Mafeteng Community Radio, which received multi-plugs, table lamp, laptops, computers, headphones with microphones, power banks, tablets, flipcharts, smartphones, reflective jackets, multifunctional ink tank WiFi printer, and vehicle spade.
Last week the EU EOM donated equipment to the Lesotho Red Cross. The donated equipment included personal medkits, first aid kits, trauma kits, defibrillator, hand sanitizers, Covid-19 self-tests, infrared thermometer and metal boxes.