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application/pdfSCIMOZ SITREP#8_ENRead Save the Children's Mozambique COVID-19 seventh sitrep, providing an overview of the current context in Mozambique, and highlights of some of the work Save the Children has been doing over the past two weeks as part of our national response.10/07/20206MB
application/pdfSCIMOZ Innovation-2021 and Female Teacher ScholarshipSave the Children's Female Teacher Scholarship project changed Girl's lives.51 out of 66 sponsored girls have graduated and 27 are teaching in remote and rural areas. This proved that the female teacher scholarship is effective to mitigate early marriages, early pregnancy, weak enrolment, drop out and reduction of retention of girls in schools; 02/07/20201MB
application/pdfMozambique’s Early Childhood Development ProgramThis report reviews results from the implementation of Extracts also known as named as Rapid Assessment of International Early Learning and Development Assessment (IDELA) Tool in Mozambique. Save the Children staff assessed 972 children in schools where Save the Children implements its Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) programs in rural areas of Xai Xai, Manjacaze in Gaza, Angonia, Changara in Tete and Erati, Memba in Nampula02/07/2020782KB
application/pdfSCIMOZ SITREP#7_ENRead Save the Children's Mozambique COVID-19 seventh sitrep, providing an overview of the current context in Mozambique, and highlights of some of the work Save the Children has been doing over the past two week as part of our national response.19/06/20205MB
application/pdfSCIMOZ COVID-19 SITREP#7Leia o 7º Sitrep da Save the Children Moçambique sobre a COVID-19, fornecendo uma visão geral do contexto actual em Moçambique e destaques de alguns dos trabalhos que a Save the Children realizou nas últimas duas semanas passada como parte de nossa resposta nacional.19/06/20205MB
application/pdfQuinzena da Criança 2020: Conferência de ImprensaAs três principais redes de organizações da Sociedade Civil que trabalham na área dos direitos da criança em Moçambique realizaram, no dia 15 de Junho de 2020, uma Conferência de Imprensa para expor suas preocupações em relação aos assuntos que merecem especial antenção para seguimento no contexto nacional. Entre eles constam:o acesso à justiça, o trabalho infantil, a discriminação das pessoas com albinismo e a situação de violência na província de Cabo Delgado. Este é o documento apresentado à Imprensa.17/06/2020993KB
application/pdfImpactos do COVID-19 em crianças africanasEm África, 55 dos 54 países relataram pelo menos uma infecção por COVID-19. Esta pandemia atingiu a África não apenas como uma crise de saúde, mas também como uma crise socio-económica devastadora que pode persistir nos próximos meses e anos. Este documento de política ressalta que, embora as crianças não representem um grupo de alto risco para a fatalidade directa do COVID-19, a pandemia tem impactos secundários de longo alcance que aumentam os riscos para os direitos e o bem-estar das crianças africanas.17/06/20201MB
application/pdfVozes das crianças sobre o impacto da COVID-19 em MoçambiqueRapazes e raparigas estão a enfrentar esta crise na sua própria perspectiva e - com grande impacto, mas também como decisores críticas da mudança - suas vozes devem ser ouvidas na resposta à pandemia. Como Save the Children em Moçambique, temos trabalhado em estreita colaboração com jovens deputados do Parlamento Infantil, que lideram a advocacia focada na criança a nível nacional e local. Este artigo é um resumo do que ouvimos e nossas recomendações.16/06/20203MB
application/pdfChildren's voices on the impact of COVID-19 in MozambiqueBoys and girls are experiencing this crisis from their own perspective and – as greatly impacted, but also as critical change makers – their voices must be heard in the response to the pandemic. As Save the Children Mozambique, we have been working closely with Young Members of Parliament (MPs) from the Child Parliament, who have leading child-focused advocacy at national and local levels. This paper is a summary of what we have heard, and our recommendations.16/06/20203MB
application/pdfCOVID-19 impacts on African Children.The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented with the virus spreading in almost all countries in the world. In Africa, 54 out of 55 countries have reported at least one COVID-19 infection. Luckily for Africa, confirmed COVID-19 cases remains comparatively low, at 158,000 as of June, 3rd, which is partly attributable to early and decisive action taken by many African governments as well as a youthful population. However, COVID-19 pandemic has hit Africa not only as a health crisis, but also as a devastating socio-economic crisis that persist over the months and years to come. This policy paper underscores that, although children do not represent a high risk group for direct COVID-19 fatality, the pandemic posts far-reaching secondary impacts that heighten risks to African children’s rights and wellbeing. Read our Pan-African Policy Paper of COVID-19 impacts on Cchildren in Africa08/06/20202MB
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