Upcoming webinar: debunking misconceptions about mental healthcare


Welcome to the second of our three-part webinar on mental health! In this session, we sit down with Sello Ramokanate and Khalalelo Mosebo to discuss all things mental healthcare: from professional therapy to medication to self-care.

We delve into the different options available to prevent mental illness as well as issues impeding access for most Basotho.

Khalalelo Mosebo is a Lesotho-based mental health activist helping people fall in love with the process. She uses social media to spread awareness about the topic and encourage other who may be struggling as well.

Sello Ramokanate is a professional nurse who is enrolled on a Master of Science program in psychiatric nursing. He is a YALI alumni and works for the Ministry of Health heading a men’s clinic. Right now, Sello also takes care of infected health professionals.

Catch the webinar live on our Facebook page at 4 PM SAST this coming Wednesday.


Matlhabeli is a reader, an Afro-feminist and a firm believer in the power of human-centered design to create lasting social-economic impact. She is a rising junior at Smith College where she majors in both Biochemistry and Anthropology and also dabbles in venture consulting for the local start-up ecosystem. Matlhabeli also enjoys dialogue so she has spent much of her time attending, speaking at and organising TEDx conferences in both Lesotho and South Africa during her time as a student at the African Leadership Academy.