Established in 1989, the Lesotho National Federation of Organisations of the Disabled (LNFOD) is an umbrella body of organisations dealing with disability in Lesotho.
Its mission is to protect the rights of people with disabilities Lesotho by providing support for disabled people’s organizations and empowering their members with life-skills, financial and material resources and representing their needs to the government, development partners and wider society.
Its membership consists of the Lesotho National Association of Physically Disabled (LNAPD), Intellectual Disability Association of Lesotho (IDAL), Lesotho National League of the Visually Impaired Persons (LNLVIP) and National Association of the Deaf in Lesotho (NADL).
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LNFOD Press Release
Lesotho National Federation of Organisations of the Disabled (LNFOD) issues Press Statement against the violations of human rights of visually impaired soldier by the name Brigadier Thuso Mareka.
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LNFOD is seeking the services of the experienced and qualified Consultant for the development of the five year organisational strategy. The deadline for the submission of the applications is 15 May 2015, at 13:00.
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If you still need more information about the terms of reference. Do not hesitate to contact Executive Director at the following;
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Reasonable accommodation in the work place:
Lesotho National Federation of Organizations of the Disabled (LNFOD) is implementing a one year project under the United States Embassy Democracy and Human Rights Fund on the promotion of employment of persons with disabilities in the public and private sector. The objective of this project is to increase employment of people with disabilities through the application of reasonable accommodation by the employers. LNFOD is engaging with employers from different sectors of the economy, the Lesotho Employers Association and workers with disability to create awareness about rights of persons with disabilities in the workplace.
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