Saving one Child at  a Time

TTL serves the most in-need children in one of the poorest countries in Africa by providing access to health care, offering health education and combating malnutrition.

TTL is the only organization exclusively dedicated to caring for orphaned and vulnerable children in the rural, mountainous districts of Mokhotlong, Lesotho where we work. We support children affected by HIV/AIDS and ensure our clients are able to grow, develop, and thrive.


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Our Commitment to Individual Intervention

Deep in the mountains of Lesotho, TTL’s dedicated outreach workers come across intense, acute need one child at a time. We don’t measure the scope of our impact solely by the numbers, but by every plump cheek and sweet smile. We often go to places big nonprofits can’t reach, where families are forever grateful that we didn’t let them go forgotten and offered a helping hand — not to their country, or even their village, but to their family, their son, their daughter. We are forever grateful, in turn, to our passionate donors who know there is value in our approach. Our motto is “One child at a time.” It is one we passionately believe in and have no plans to change.

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Latest News and Updates

COVID-19 in Lesotho

In the early days of COVID-19, Lesotho closed its borders, and so, was spared much of the devastation faced by its more prominent neighbor, South Africa. Lesotho opened its borders during the holidays to let its citizens travel home to see their families. Now, after months of avoiding the worst effects of COVID-19, Lesotho is in trouble.

COVID-19 and Drought Update

COVID-19 has reached Lesotho and we are worried. The families we serve have already endured several years of food insecurity caused by drought, and have high rates of illnesses like HIV and tuberculosis, which weakens their immune systems. In this short video, Ellen Block (TTLF’s Executive Director) and Dr. Amy Ellingson (board member and pediatrician)…

Exciting Update on UNAID’s 90-90-90 Project in Lesotho

With 24% of the population affected, Lesotho has the second highest HIV rate in the world. The HIV/AIDS epidemic has devastated many parts of the world for too many years. In an effort to completely end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, UNAIDS launched a project in 2015 called 90-90-90: Treatment for All. Their mission is to bring…

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