He was speaking at the official handing over ceremony of a tippy tank to the Qacha’s Nek police on Monday.
Mr Mosuhli urged everyone to religiously wash their hands using the facility, adding that tippy taps are a cost-effective and simple solution to the pandemic which also can play a vital role in health and hygiene programmes.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPD), Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Tumelo Moseme said the facility is going to improve their hand-washing practices in a bid to expand the adoption of hygiene practices.
This, he said will help in preventing illnesses that affect nutritional status and increase the availability of clean water for hand-washing at significant points.
DCP Moseme therefore thanked the donor for the support in ensure that the police are safe and protected against the deadly pandemic.
The LRCS states that the aim of the project is to ensure that public places that attract many people have appropriate hand washing facilities in order to help curb the spread of COVID-19 and to assist orphanages that are hard hit by the pandemic.
The tippy tanks construction project was funded by the Coca Cola Foundation to the tune of M546 000.
The Society says 10 orphanages with a total of 404 children will receive food items from the same project in due course, adding that at least 100 homeless people and children received food during the lockdown period in Maseru and Leribe.