Community scorecards enhance accountability at all levels in Mozambique
GAZA, Mozambique, 18 July 2011 – In Manjakaze and Guijá districts, civil society organizations (CBOs) use community score cards to monitor the quality of health and education services.
More children are attending school today than five years ago, but great challenges remain
MAPUTO, Mozambique, 3 May 2011 – According to the forthcoming 2010 ‘Child Poverty and Disparities Study’, disparities have been narrowing in primary education in Mozambique, whereas progress in secondary education has been slow.
Global Action Week on Education 2-8 May 2011: Overcoming barriers to women’s and girls’ education
MAPUTO, Mozambique, 2 May 2011 – In many countries, women and girls face significant obstacles that prevent them from getting an education or that force them to drop out of school.
Child Friendly Schools: Making education real for children, families and communities in Mozambique
MAPUTO, Mozambique, 12 April 2011 – In a four-day global capacity building workshop taking place in Maputo from 11 to 14 April, educators and administrators from Portuguese-speaking counties around the world are gathering in Mozambique.
How Child Friendly Schools utilize the energizing power of physical activity and sports
CHANGARA, Mozambique, 7 March 2011 – In Changara, a large district with more than 120,000 inhabitants in Tete province, children are hopping, skipping and jumping all over school.