The project which was rolled out in Mokhotlong on Wednesday mainly targets crowded places like bus terminals and taxi ranks.
In Mokhotlong, six areas have already been identified for the project.
The president of LRCS Silas Mosuhli said washing hands with soap and running water remains the most important way used in the fight against the pandemic.
“This is why it is ideal to construct the tippy taps in crowded places so that people will be able to wash their hands frequently when they are in such areas,” Mosuhli said, adding that the risk of infection in those crowded places is relatively high.
The marketing manager of Standard Lesotho Bank Manyathela Kheleli said the donation is meant to help the country fight the COVID-19 pandemic through assisting communities to adhere to the World Health Organisation (WHO) protocols.