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application/pdfFAMOD UPR Report_2020The FAMOD UPR Report analyzes the implementation of the legal framework on people with disabilities in Mozambique, identifying the main gaps and recommending possible solutions. The document also addresses the way in which institutions and policies respond to disability problems in the country.21/10/2020803KB
application/pdf3R Platform UPR Report_2020This report raises concerns regarding the general measures for the implementation of legislative instruments on the rights of the child, regretting, for example, the extinction of the CNAC in 2018. It also raise concerns about the general principles of children's rights; children's civil and freedom rights; violence against children; sexual and reproductive rights; problems with the functioning of community child protection committees; as well as well-being and the rights to education and to leisure. 21/10/2020540KB
application/pdfCECAP UPR Report_2020The Report addresses issues such as poverty and inequality; harmful practices as the main motivators of child early marriages and violation of rights, and sexual and reproductive health of Mozambican girls. It also highlights the fact that Mozambique has a highly fertile young population and the need to protect girls' education.21/10/2020973KB
application/pdfSave the Children's Universal Child BenefitsTowards Universal Child Benefits. This presentation brings an overview of Save the Children's efforts to end child poverty. It has a snapshot of our work in Mozambique, showing why it is important to prioritize investments in child focuses social protection. You will also learn about the Case for Universal Child Benefits (UCBs); examples of Save the Children’s Work from across Africa. A Q&A section will help you get some answers for some of your questions. 19/10/20205MB
application/pdfSave the Children in Mozambique PortfolioEducation, Health and Nutrition, Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, Child Poverty, Emergency Programming are on the core of our current work in Mozambique as the main strategic goals. Our additional strategic goals include Gender, Child Marriage, and Humanitarian and Resilience. We have a long-standing experience in emergency programming, ranging from humanitarian assistance to preparedness activities. Read more here. 16/10/2020575KB
application/pdfPlano Estratégico da SCIMOZ 2019-2021O Plano Estratégico da Save the Children em Moçambique (2019-2021) sublinha o nosso compromisso para que as crianças sobrevivam, aprendam e sejam protegidas. É impulsionado por cinco objectivos estratégicos principais: educação, protecção da criança, saúde e nutrição, governação dos direitos da criança e pobreza infantil. Baixe aqui o infográfico.16/10/20201MB
application/pdfMozambique Country Office Strategic Plan 2019-2021Our Mozambique Country Office Strategic Plan (2019-2021) underlines our commitment for children in the country to survive, learn and to be protected. It is driven by five main strategic goals: education, child protection, health and nutrition, child rights governance and child poverty. Download here the infographic.16/10/2020830KB
application/pdfSave the Children in Cabo DelgadoSave the Children has implemented long term development and emergency programs in Cabo Delgado since 2013. Save the Children is currently delivering projects in Metuge, Pemba, Mecufi, Chiure, Macomia and Montepuez districts. Our current programs in Cabo Delgado are directly reaching 64,344 people including 23,220 children. Read more.16/10/20202MB
application/pdfCHILD SENSITIVE SOCIAL PROTECTIONAt Save the Children we advocate for a particular approach to social protection, namely Child-sensitive Social Protection (CSSP). We define CSSP as:Public policies, programmes and systems that address the specific patterns of children’s poverty and vulnerability, are rights-based in approach, and recognise the longterm developmental benefits of investing in children. Click to read more.13/10/202011MB
application/pdfThe Global Childhood Report 2020This report looks at 25 years of progress with and for girls and the threats that the looming COVID-19 crisis now poses to those hard-won gains. It includes new projections based on the economic impact of COVID-19 in 2020, expected to increase the number of girls at risk of child marriage and adolescent pregnancy. This is Save the Children’s first adolescent-friendly global flagship report. 08/10/20203MB
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