application/pdfAMPLIFICANDO AS VOZES DAS CRIANÇAS EM CABO DELGADOEntre Julho e Agosto de 2023, a Save the Children realizou uma consulta a crianças nos distritos de Palma e Macomia que regressaram aos seus distritos de origem em Cabo Delgado. Algumas destas crianças regressaram às suas comunidades de origem após o conflito, outras não, e permanecem em condições muito difíceis. As crianças consultadas regressavam dos distritos de Montepuez, Palma, Mueda e Pemba, onde estiveran deslocadas. Este relatório espelha os desafios que enfrentam na nova realidade que enfrentam nas suas comunidades, assim como os seus sonhos para o futuro.05/12/20236MB
application/pdfAMPLIFYING THE VOICES OF CHILDREN OF CABO DELGADOBetween July and August 2023, Save the Children conducted a consultation with children in the districts of Palma and Macomia who returned to their districts of origin in Cabo Delgado. Some of these children returned to their communities after the conflict, others did not, and remain in very difficult conditions. The children were returning from the districts of Montepuez, Palma, Mueda and Pemba, where they had been displaced. This report reflects the challenges they face now in their communities, as well as their dreams for the future.05/12/20236MB
application/pdfFact Sheet_BHA_CDThe majority of the internally displaced people (IDPs) forced to flee their homes due to insecurity in northern Mozambique, remain in the province of Cabo Delgado. With USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) funds, Save the Children is providing access to health, nutrition, WASH, and protection services to conflict-affected children and communities. Save the Children aims to prevent and reduce excess morbidity and mortality, and to strengthen the protective environment, among IDP and host communities in Chiure and Metuge districts. 04/05/2023701KB
application/pdfBMZ Project Fact SheetFACT SHEET_ Strengthening the resilience of conflict-affected communities in Cabo Delgado for a secure and inclusive future. Across Chiure and Montepuez – where a high percentage of IDPs (+90%) have indicated their interest in resettling into their new communities4 – the COSACA consortium and its local partners are supporting IDPs and host communities building resilient structures for a peaceful and secure future together.27/03/20232MB
application/pdfEducational Support for IDPs in Cabo DelgadoThe ongoing conflict in northern Mozambique has caused mass displacement and continuous movement of the population. With funding from Japan Platform, Save the Children is providing educational assistance to both internally displaced and host community children in Chiure and Montepuez districts of Cabo Delgado, with the aim of increasing the education access, retention and transition of crisis affected girls and boys.22/02/2023494KB
application/pdfFact Sheet Projecto SAIL-ECHOA Save the Children em Moçambique está a implementar, na província de Cabo Delgado, um projecto denominado Aprendizagem Segura e Inclusiva (SAIL), financiado pela União Europeia através da Direcção-Geral da Protecção Civil e da Operações de Ajuda Humanitária ( Espera-se que até ao seu fecho, em Maio de 2024, sejam beneficiadas perto de 93 mil crianças nos sectores de educação, protecção e acções de redução de risco de desastres naturais. O projecto está a ser implementado em parceria com a Associação Progresso, a Humanity & Inclusion e a Mentor Initiative. Este é o sumário do projecto.03/01/2023872KB
application/pdfFact Sheet - SAIL-ECHO ProjectSave the Children in Mozambique is implementing, in the province of Cabo Delgado, a project called Safe and Inclusive Learning (SAIL), funded by the European Union through the Directorate-General for Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations ( It is expected that by its closure, in May 2024, close to 93,000 children will benefit from interventions on education, child protection sectors and actions to reduce the risk of natural disasters. The project is being implemented in partnership with Associação Progresso, Humanity & Inclusion and Mentor Initiative. This is the project Fact Sheet.03/01/2023879KB
application/pdfCabo Delgado Program Portfolio2022 Cabo Delgado Program projects portfolio21/06/20222MB
application/pdfCase Study - Child Protection - Family TracingFleeing the armed conflict in Palma, Cabo Delgado, Celina's parents were taken by non-state armed groups leaving Celina and her two young sisters alone. Celina managed to reach safe zone and Save the Children is now in the process of reuniting the sisters with their grandmother.09/11/2021993KB
application/pdfHearing the Voices of Children of Cabo DelgadoThis document provides an in-depth look at children who have been directly affected by the conflict and makes recommendations on what interventions should be implemented for children and with children. Regardless of their circumstances, children have duties and rights, and they must be active participants in making decisions that shape their future, rather than simply benefiting from the help provided. 12/05/20211MB
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