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A Save the Children em Moçambique (SCIMOZ) entregou ontem, 18 de Junho, 100 casas à igual número de famílias afectadas pelo Ciclone Idai na localidade de Matarara, posto administrativo de Dombe, Manica.
Este documento de política ressalta que, embora as crianças não representem um grupo de alto risco para a fatalidade directa do COVID-19, a pandemia tem impactos secundários de longo alcance que aumentam os riscos para os direitos e o bem-estar das crianças africanas.
Boys and girls are experiencing this crisis from their own perspective and – as greatly impacted, but also as critical change makers – their voices must be heard in the response to the pandemic.
Rapazes e Raparigas enfrentam esta crise na sua própria perspectiva e - com grande impacto, mas também como decisores críticos da mudança - suas vozes devem ser ouvidas na resposta à pandemia.
Save the Children in Mozambique (SCIMOZ) delivered yesterday, June 18, 100 houses to the same number of families affected by Cyclone Idai in the locality of Matarara, administrative post of Dombe, district of Sussundenga in the province of Manica.
Save the Children in Mozambique (SCIMOZ) today delivered the first two thousand face masks to the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Action (MGCAS) as part of its contribution to preventing and combating COVID-19 among vulnerable groups. The delivery was made by SCIMOZ's Country Director, Chance Briggs, in a ceremony chaired by MGCAS Vice Minister, Lucas Mangrasse.
Save the Children's Female Teacher Scholarship project changed Girl's lives.51 out of 66 sponsored girls have graduated and 27 are teaching in remote and rural areas. This proved that the female teacher scholarship is effective to mitigate early marriages, early pregnancy, weak enrolment, drop out and reduction of retention of girls in schools;