Child Protection

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application/pdfTestimonies of Girls Rescued from Child Early MarriagesAbout 50% of women in Mozambique have at least one child or have lived with a man before reaching 18 years of age, which represents a serious violation of the rights of the child, and girls in particular. This brochure documents about nine testimonies of girls rescued from child early unions in four NORAD Project implementation districts in Manica province, namely Manica, Machaze, Tambara and Macossa.18/11/202113MB
application/pdfDepoimentos de raparigas resgatadas das uniões prematurasCerca de 50% das mulheres em Moçambique têm pelo menos um filho ou já viveram com um homem antes de completarem 18 anos de idade, o que constitui um atropelo grave aos direitos da criança, e da rapariga em especial. Esta brochura documenta cerca de nove depoimentos de raparigas resgatadas de uniões prematuras em quatro distritos de implementação do Projecto NORAD na província de Manica, nomeadamente Manica, Machaze, Tambara e Macossa. 18/11/202115MB
application/pdfRELATÓRIO MUNDIAL SOBRE A VIOLENCIA CONTRA A CRIANÇAA mensagem principal do relatório do Estudo do Secretário-Geral das Nações Unidas sobre a Violência contra a Criança é que nenhuma violência contra a criança é justificável e que toda violência contra a criança pode ser evitada. Se suas causas subjacentes forem identificadas. Documento em inglês. 01/10/20214MB
application/pdfUnaccompanied children arrive in Pemba after violenceAfter the attack on the village of Palma on March 24, 2021, unaccompanied children began arriving in the city of Pemba in Cabo Delgado province. The exact number of victims is not clear and many people are still missing. Read our Press Release.17/06/20211MB
application/pdfCrianças não acompanhadas chegam a Cabo DelgadoApós o ataque à vila de Palma no dia 24 de Março de 2021, crianças desacompanhadas começaram a chegar à cidade de Pemba, na província de Cabo Delgado, O número exacto de vítimas não é claro e muitas pessoas ainda estão desaparecidos. 17/06/2021870KB
application/pdfAvaliação de risco sobre a reabertura segura das escolasA Save the Children (SCI), como parceira estratégica do Ministro da Educação, decidiu realizar a avaliação nas escolas das sete províncias onde a SCI opera para evidenciar os possíveis riscos para as crianças e professores em relação à reabertura de escolas e fornecer recomendações sobre medidas que devem ser tomadas para garantir um processo segurode reabertura de escolas. Esta avaliação foi feita em Agosto de 2020.14/12/202018MB
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/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/pdfProtect a Generation: The impact of COVID-19 on childrenSave the Children's global survey on the impact of COVID-19 on children’s lives and their families shows that two thirds of children had no contact with teachers during lockdown situations; eight out of ten children believed they had learned little or nothing since schools closed. Read the full Report here.16/09/20204MB
application/pdfThe impact of COVID-19 on children & their familiesThe COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the education of children from the poorest backgrounds and is widening the gap between rich and poor, and between boys and girls. This new global survey by Save the Children shows that in the six months since the pandemic was announced, the most vulnerable children have disproportionately lost access to education, health, food and have suffered enormous protection risks. See the Mozambique's snapshot in this document.16/09/20203MB
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