The novel coronavirus outbreak and subsequent restrictions on movement present challenges to all businesses. LHDA’s Management has put in place measures to ensure the continuity of operations and maintenance activities and Phase II implementation. These measures include applying flexible working hours, introducing shift work and using Information Communication Technology (ICT) tools that enable the staff to work from home, holding virtual meetings and as far as possible, ensuring the execution of functions remotely.
LHDA to provide essential services during lockdown
April 1, 2020 2 min read
The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) says it will continue to provide essential services delivery during the Covid-19 lockdown and these include compensation, water delivery and hydropower generation. The LHDA says it has been categorized as an essential service by the government of Lesotho during the current Covid-19 enforced national lockdown. “The LHDA will ensue with the compensation of affected communities while continuing water delivery and hydropower generation,” it said in in statement on Wednesday April 1.