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application/pdfGlobal Girlhood Report 20222022 marks the 10th anniversary of the first International Day of the Girl. Save the Children’s latest report, The Global Girlhood Report 2022: Girls on the Frontline, takes stock of progress and challenges toward ending child marriage over the last ten years. It also includes new data analysis on the intersections of conflict and child marriage and highlights the voices of girls who have been displaced and experienced child marriage. 11/10/20222MB
application/pdfShe Belongs in School project Fact SheetThe "She Belongs in School" project was officially launched on May 6, 2022 in Lichinga, Niassa province. The initiative, funded by Global Affairs Canada, develops actions aimed at empowering girls, including providing safe and supportive learning environments that enhance girls' skills and competences.21/09/20222MB
application/pdfMaputo Declaration on the Commitment by SADC to enhance EarlOn the 23rd of March 2022, the UN Secretary General called on the WMO to lead a new initiative that will provide every citizen on the planet with Early Warning Systems1 in the next five years. The SADC Ministerial Meeting on Integrated Early Warning and Early Action System Initiative was convened in response to the SG’s call, and to support development of the Early Warnings for All Initiative action plan for COP27. The meeting took place 5-9 September 2022 in Maputo, Mozambique. This is the meeting Declaration.15/09/2022146KB
application/pdfCabo Delgado Program Portfolio2022 Cabo Delgado Program projects portfolio21/06/20222MB
application/pdfSumário do projecto "She Belongs in School"O Projecto "She Belongs in School" - Ela Pertence à Escola - foi lançado oficialmente no dia 6 de Maio de 2022 em Lichinga, província do Niassa. A iniciativa, financiada pela Global Affairs Canada, desenvolverá acções voltadas ao empoderamento de meninas, incluindo a provisão de ambientes de aprendizagem seguros e de apoio que melhorem as habilidades e competências das meninas. 06/05/20222MB
application/pdfPlano Estratégico 2022-24 da Save the Children em MoçambiqueEsta é a nossa estratégia nacional para 2022-24, que se baseia na nossa paixão, experiência e crença inabalável de que todas as crianças merecem um futuro risonho. Desenvolvemo-la através de um processo inclusivo, trabalhando com as crianças para garantir que responde onde elas sentem que os seus direitos são mais desafiados em Moçambique. Estabelece como vamos acelerar e ampliar o impacto com as crianças. 25/04/20221MB
application/pdf2022-24 Save the Children in Mozambique Strategic PlanThis is our Mozambique CO Strategy for 2022-24, which is based on our passion, experience and unwavering belief that every child deserves a future. It was developed through an inclusive process, working with children to ensure it responds where they feel their rights are most challenged in the country. It sets out how we will accelerate and amplify impact with children.25/04/20221MB
application/pdfSonhos das Crianças_2021Este documento espelha o que as crianças de Moçambique partilharam como seus sonhos durante o processo de elaboração do Relatório Anual da Criança_2021, um processo conduzido pelo Parlamento Infantil Nacional de Moçambique, apoiado pela #Plataforma3R, com suporte técnico e financeiro da Save the Children31/03/20222MB
application/pdfRelatório Anual da Criança 2021 O Relatório foi produzido em 2021 pelo Parlamento Infantil Nacional de Moambique, envolvendo 470 crianças e adolescentes com idades compreendidas entre 10 e 17 anos, das 11 províncias do país. O processo decorrreu num contexto de pandemia da COVID-19, razão pela qual as opiniões foram colectadas através de serviços de SMS e WhatsApp.Foram colectadas opiniões e sonhos de 470 crianças, das quais 211 meninas e 259 meninos, tendo se observado o princípio de inclusão de crianças com deficiência. O documento destaca as conquistas e anseios que as crianças vivenciaram no seio das suas famílias e comunidades em tempos da COVID-19. 31/03/202213MB
application/pdfUngumi stories of changeThe Ungumi project, being implemented in Zambézia province, with financial support from Global Affairs Canada (GAC), is helping women and girls to regain confidence on their lives through reusable menstrual pads, community savings and loans system and social behavior change using its sexual and reproductive health approach. Read stories of real people who experienced changes in their lives thanks to Ungumi intervention.03/03/20223MB
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