Partnership in Save the Children is defined as a long-term relationship between two or more organisations or institutions with a mutually agreed set of principles and accountabilities, working towards defined objectives that facilitate lasting change for children.

Working in partnership is central to Save the Children’s Theory of Change which states: “We build partnerships: collaborate with children, civil society organisations, communities, governments and the private sector to share knowledge, influence others and build capacity to ensure children’s rights are met.”

Placing partnerships at the center of our Theory of Change, implies working with partner organizations with different strengths and perspectives from our own, which will lead to a greater impact on the lives of children and build a strong independent movement for change.

Save the Children has been operating in Mozambique since 1986, working in 7 provinces namely Maputo, Gaza, Sofala, Manica, Tete, Zambezia and Nampula. Since then, SCIMOZ is providing a wide range of services to the most marginalised and deprived children and families in the areas of health and nutrition, education, child protection, child rights governance, and child poverty (especially through humanitarian assistance). Within the work on the different thematic areas, SCIMOZ is working in partnerships in different ways, to ensure positive impacts for children, enhance local capacity and ownership at different levels (national and sub-national) for sustainability and supporting the implementation of government policies to achieve results at scale.




Save the Children in Mozambique, 

 Rua de Tchamba nº 398, Maputo

P.O.Box 1854 

Telephone: +258 21 493 140 

Fax: +258 21 493121

General Inquiries:

 Save the Children in Mozambique has Offices in Maputo city, Gaza, Manica, Tete, Zambézia and Nampula Provinces. For more information, please contact our head office listed above.