Ministry of Tourism Environment and Culture with the
assistance from the African World Heritage Fund intends to
declare Sehlabathebe National Park as a World heritage site
due to its unique qualities. Lesotho will then host a
regional training workshop for capacity building for
nominating sites to the World Heritage List. Sehlabathebe
has been singled out as an exemplary site for this purpose.
A two weeks training workshop will be held at the Range
Management in Sehlabathebe, with the participation of
candidates from nine African member states which are
Botswana, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria,
Swaziland, Zambia, and Lesotho.