2020 is the year of U-Report in Lesotho!
U-Report is a platform that supports young people in identifying issues and proposing solutions. The place where youth from all Lesotho will be able to report their concerns and challenges, connect and organize with other people to promote change in their communities.
Implemented by UNICEF, MISA Lesotho and other partners, U-Report has just arrived at Lesotho but is already collecting the best team to promote it. Meet our Ambassadors:
Ayesha Khuele is a promising filmmaker, working as director, producer, and actress. She received an Award for Best Upcoming Filmmaker from Women Empowerment Code. She was labeled the Young Film Industry revolutionist from Motion Pictures Association of Lesotho (MPALE) in collaboration with Gem Institute and Vision Street.
Not only that but also she likes to help people solve their problems and believe that it is essential to speak freely and out about what concerns the youth at large.
In her words, “The youth of Lesotho are denied or rather, are not given a platform where they can give out their opinions about anything concerning the Development of the country, it is as though they are excluded or slightly considered in the decision making processes of the Country.”
Working with Ayesha, we have the singer, rapper, and songwriter Sekonyela Qaitsane who is commonly known as Q-Real. Q is a multitalented artist who works as a journalist for Informative Newspaper and also is developing his own fashion brand, AG (Amazing Grace) Clothing.
Being U-Report Ambassador also connects with Q's life aspiration. He wants to create his foundation through AG clothing for supporting children's education. He believes that in the power of education in grooming future leaders.