Our work is interactive and fun, as much as it possibly can be. We feel this is the best way and it encourages the kids to come and participate to the best of their best ability and look at the centre as a positive place to be. We always try to make sure they really want to meet with us and want to talk with us, so we can really listen to their issues.
Globally things became very tough, but here in Lesotho they became even worse. Incidents of gender-based violence went up, incidents of infections went up and a lot of our participants were facing very unfavourable situations. We tried as much as we could during that period to intervene and when the Laureus Sport for Good nomination came in, we just felt somebody was actually watching the work we do and trying to say keep going.