1. July 11 – World Population Day: Established by the United Nations Development Programme’s governing council in 1989, the goal of this day is to increase public awareness of population-related concerns and problems worldwide.
  2. July 15 – World Youth Skills Day The UN General Assembly established this day in November 2014 to draw attention to the value of funding youth skill development, even though World Young Skills Day is observed annually on July 15. It aims to raise awareness of the value of youth skill development for greater job possibilities. Every year, a different topic chosen to commemorate this day.
  3. July 17 – World Day for International Justice also known as the Day of International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day. On this day, numerous activities planned to advance global criminal justice.
  4. July 17- this day celebrates the birth of King Letsie III of Lesotho. He was born on this day in 1963. It is a public holiday in Lesotho, observed on July 17th each year. This monarchy — like so many others around the world — is mostly a symbolic one, however, and the royal family can only exercise minimal actual authority. This year the king will be 60 years and the celebration is to be made at the Setsoto Stadium where Basotho are expected to gather in numbers.

  5. July 18 – Nelson Mandela International Day, or simply Mandela Day, is observed around the world. Mandela Day is an annual global celebration that takes place to honour the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela. This day is a call to action for individuals, communities, and organisations to take time to reflect on Mandela’s values and principles and to make a positive impact in their own communities. On #MandelaDay2023 people can to plant trees and grow food gardens, to fight climate change and to help communities overcome food insecurity.
  6. July 24 – National Thermal Engineers Day. The purpose of this holiday is to recognise thermal engineers everywhere. Knowing what our thermal engineers have done and are doing to lower the Earth’s extreme heat on this day is helpful.
  7. July 28 – World Hepatitis Day: Every year on this day, the world celebrates World Hepatitis Day to raise awareness of the hepatitis virus and promote vaccination against its diseases. The day established in 2008 by the World Health Organization. Before 2010, it scheduled to marked on May 19, but the World Health Assembly decided to celebrate it on July 28 in honour of Dr. Baruch Samuel Blumberg, who discovered hepatitis B.