Mr Niyonzima made this remarks on Monday at the ongoing Second Multi- Stakeholders forum on reforms in Maseru.
According to him, the UN has put aside 2million US dollars for the project, adding the European Union (EU) topped the amount with half a million dollars.
Therefore, he explained that Basotho had found one another and were able to share their thoughts as well as views on how they wanted their country to be transformed. He said such was a noble course, hence, the UN did not regret being associated with it.
UN fully backs Lesotho reforms
Nov. 26, 2019 2 min read
MASERU - United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator in Lesotho Salvator Niyonzima is adamant the UN financial support in Lesotho’s reforms is well spent.