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Thursday 30 August 2018

Save the Children reduz 28km de busca de água para menos de um metro em Pumbe, Gaza

O acesso à água potável, saneamento e higiene (ASH) são tidos como o cerne do desenvolvimento económico e social sustentável de uma nação, no entanto, Moçambique está aquém de atingir as metas do Objectivo de Desenvolvimento do Milénio referentes ao acesso à água potável e saneamento básico (UNICEF).

Bete e sua família na sua casa, Pumbe, Guija.

Tuesday 28 August 2018

Maternidades em Sofala acreditadas como “Modelo”

Em reconhecimento aos serviços de qualidade prestados, as maternidades do Hospital Distrital de Caia e do Centro de Saúde de Macurungo (Cidade da Beira), em Sofala foram  acreditada como “modelo” pela Primeira-dama de Moçambique, Isaura Nyusi, em Agosto de 2017 e Agosto de 2018, respectivamente .

Friday 24 August 2018

Cleaning Wells Prevents Spread of Diarrheal Diseases in the Community

Assumane Abudo, member of the Cabaceira Pequena Community Health Committee in Nampula province, never gave any importance to cleaning wells. Other residents in the community did not either; however, when the community began to notice a high incidence of diarrhea cases, resulting in diarrheal diseases and even deaths, they began to reconsider their approach.

Thursday 23 August 2018

Literacy boost improves Teachers skills for the benefit of Children’s Learning

Wednesday 22 August 2018

How Communities are Taking Action against Garbage in Mozambique

For years, Rosa Sozinho and her six children did not pay attention to the trash that littered their neighborhood. Besides contributing to the growing pile of garbage, they didn’t understand how dangerous this was to their health. “I thought that because I was throwing the garbage far away from my house it would not have an influence on my children's health,” said Rosa.

 

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