Disabled and HIV/AIDS Organization Lesotho (DHAOL) is a non-governmental organization registered under the laws of Lesotho in 2016 aimed at providing comprehensive care and support to people affected and infected by HIV/AIDs and persons with disabilities and also to create an enabling environment of society free from all types of exploitation, stigmatization and discrimination of HIV/AIDS and TB using human rights approach. We are currently having more than 22 members subscribed to our organization. We have Executive Committee, Supervisory Board and Secretariat and our organization is supporting more than 1000 people affected and infected by HIV and persons with disabilities in Lesotho. We are working with people with disabilities, key-population and their organizations in broad on matters concerning Economic Empowerment, Democracy, Citizen Empowerment, HIV, TB and Human Rights.
Our work group is divided as follows; 1. Health and Social Development Commission 2. Education Commission 3. Democracy and Human Commission Rights 4. Research and Economic Empowerment Commission 5. Disability Mainstreaming Commission
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To provide comprehensive care and support to people affected and infected by HIV/AIDS and persons with disabilities.
An environment in which disabled people and key-population have meaningful access to HIV related healthcare services, living positive and sustainable live as self-independent.
We are committed to building a better world where everyone is treated with dignity and respect, free of exploitation, harassment and bias. As a non-governmental organization serving the country’s most vulnerable communities, we take our responsibility to program participants, partners, donors, and team members across the areas in which we work, seriously......Read More