The workshop was officially opened by Bishop Vicente Kiaziku explaining the theme and objectives of the workshop.
He noted that Africa has memories and wounds of colonialism, refugees and migrants. He quoted the Africae Munus Number 85 saying it is not only about reporting trafficking in persons and human rights abuses but it is about what the church can do to make a difference.
IMBISA visited the camp on a fact finding mission with regards to Human Rights issues of refugees and migrants in particular shelter, health, education, food, documentation, water and sanitation, discrimination, violence and conflict among other issues.
The occasion was graced by the IMBISA president Bishop Frank Nubuasah and the official opening was done by Archbishop Buthi of Johannesburg, South Africa.
In its quest to promote peaceful, free, fair and credible elections in the region IMBISA deployed a team of 8 observers consisting of Bishops and lay people and the team was in Lesotho from the 21st of February to the 2nd of March.
CANAA || Fr. Don Bosco Onyalla ||