Resource Centre

  • On the Move Alone (OMA): A practical tool for case management of unaccompanied migrant children in southern Africa

    This practitioners’ guidebook and On the Move Alone (OMA) Tool is intended to serve as the official guide for SADC member states in the development of their National Action Plans. These plans are set to be aligned to the new Regional Strategic Plan ...

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  • From Words to Action: A decade fighting child trafficking in Mozambique

    Words into Action: A decade of fighting trafficking in Mozambique is the story of how the government stepped up to their responsibilities for children, and how Save the Children contributed to this process. Influencing systemic change is often seen as ...

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  • Nutrition in the WHO African Region

    Today, nutrition is considered a fundamental pre-requisite to health and well-being, and a primary indicator of future human capital development. The first 1000 days of a child's life is especially crucial. Physical growth and cognitive development within ...

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  • Participa! Edição no. 7

    This is the 7th edition of the Participate! CEP (Citizenship and Participation) newsletter. This issue is dedicated to the participation of children in service quality monitoring via an education programme implemented in Mozambique. The newsletter seeks ...

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  • Contribution of Community Health Workers to Improving Access to Timely and Appropriate Case Management of Childhood Fever in Mozambique

    Large-scale evaluations in several settings have demonstrated that lay community health workers can be trained to provide quality case management of childhood illnesses. This article assessed the contributed of an iCCM strategy in Mozambique to improved ...

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  • Everyone Counts: How to share your food so everyone gets enough to eat

    This child-friendly book follows Mika and Christina’s Family as they challenge the eating norms of their village to ensure that each family membrer gets enough food.  The parrots Zaza and Zuzu suggest that they divide the food before eating, instead ...

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  • Children's Participation in Learning and Action for Nutrition: A basic guide

    The Children's Participation in Learning and Action for Nutrition (PCAAN) approach contributes to the reduction of chronic malnutrition by building and consolidating a platform that enables children to work together to create behaviour change for themselves, ...

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  • Feasibility of Community-level Interventions for Pre-eclampsia: perspectives, knowledge and task-sharing from Nigeria, Mozambique, Pakistan and India

    Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP), particularly pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, remain one of the leading causes of maternal mortality and are contributory in many fetal/newborn deaths. This editorial discusses a supplement of seven papers which ...

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  • How to be Good at Football- Why Small Things are Important: A story about micronutrients

    This child-friendly book follows Mika as he suddenly falls ill due to a lack of micronutrients: he is not able to enjoy football and play as well as he did in past. The story teaches important lessons about micronutrients and the problems that occur ...

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  • The Puzzle: How to keep clean and why it is important

    This child-friendly book tells a story about the invisible bacteria that come to Mika and Christina's village to make the villagers sick. The story teaches important lessons about hygiene and precautions children can take to avoid sickness. The story ...

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  • The Rainbow Garden: Growing colourful food to keep you healthy

    This child-friendly book follows Mika and Christina as they search for the perfect Mother's day gift for their mother. The story teaches important lessons about nutrition and the importance of eating a colorful plate. The story is followed by suggestions ...

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