According to the body’s Field Coordinator Ncineselo Vet, their intention is to teach children various activities which they can engage in without being in physical contact with each other.
Mr Vet said they have to date trained 153 children aged between six and 13 from Ha Thamae in Maseru.
Their plan, he showed is to reach as many children as possible to ensure that a lot of them are well informed about the pandemic.
Among others, the children are taught life skills that include how to survive and take care of themselves away from home.
Earlier on, the union’s National Director Metsi Moholane had underscored their concern over children’s vulnerability to the Coronavirus.
“We are aware that children are more vulnerable especially when their communities do not take necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the pandemic,” Mr Moholane said, urging parents to observe all necessary protocols to ensure the safety of their children.