Media centre

Media home

Newsline

Press releases

Statements

Information for journalist

Calendar of events

Media contacts

Photo essays

RSS Feeds

 

Photo essays


Music is Life

Music is Life: Concert (Part 2)
The 17- track album entitled Music is Life was launched with a live performance on June 14 at the UNICEF annual child rights concert in Maputo. More than 600 people attended.



Música é Vida, Music For Life

Music is Life: Concert
The 17- track album entitled Music is Life was launched with a live performance on June 14 at the UNICEF annual child rights concert in Maputo.



Música é Vida, Music is Life

Music is Life: Album Launch
The 17-track album entitled Music is Life with 17 thematic songs based on manual Facts for Life was officially launched on June 13, 2014.



APE

Agente Polivalente Elementar
Feliciano is a community health worker, or Agente Polivalente Elementar (APE), one of 2786 trained to diagnose and treat diseases life-threatening to children like malaria and diarrhea.



National Health Week (May) in Mozambique
From 6-10 May 2013, the Government of Mozambique organised the first 2013 round of the National Health Week, targeting about four million children with a range of health services.



Chokwe Floods
Chokwe in Gaza Province is a near-deserted town, with most of its population driven out by the flooding of the Limpopo River and the mud it left behind.



unicef mozambique

Visiting Chiaquelane's Medical Tent
Chiaquelane accommodation centre, Chokwe. 30 Jan 2013.



National Health Week

National Health Week - An insight to the interventions in Marracuene district
The Mozambican Health Ministry has launched a nationwide "Health Week" starting on Monday the 26 November. During the week, all involved partners will cooperate to offer interventions aiming to improve the health of more than four million children



UNICEF Mozambique Changara Health Center

Changara Health Center
Four month old Graça holds her own health card after one of the monthly check-up’s at Changara Health Center in Tete province in Mozambique.



Stewart Sukuma

Quinzena - Artists for Children's Rights (2)
On Saturday June 2, Stewart Sukuma and his band Nkhuvu were joined by a selection of excellent Mozambican musicians for the "Artists for Children's Rights" concert, which was sponsored by UNICEF, Stewart and partners and took place at the Big Brother.



Stewart Sukuma joined by artist friends in amazing Child Rights concert

Quinzena - Artists for Children's Rights (1)
On Saturday June 2, Stewart Sukuma and his band Nkhuvu were joined by a selection of excellent Mozambican musicians for the "Artists for Children's Rights" concert, which was sponsored by UNICEF, Stewart and partners and took place at the Big Brother.



Youth in the correctional system in Maputo province
The Child Protection Section of UNICEF Mozambique organized a visit to the main detention centers that house minors in Maputo. Among the centers visited were the new Youth Rehabilitation Center for Minors in Boane and Machava Central Prison.



Mark Lehn Photo Essay
Professional photographer Mark Lehn traveled with UNICEF staff to document the plight of children living in child headed households and elderly headed households, collecting dramatic visuals and heart breaking narratives from the field.



Neyma

World Breastfeeing Week in Mozambique (August 22-28)
In the period 22 – 28 August 2011, Mozambique celebrates World Breastfeeding Week. These are the posters used in the MOH campaign for exclusive breastfeeding.



The Day of the African Child

The Day of the African Child (June 16)
The Day of the African Child (June 16) is celebrated in commemoration of the school children who were killed in an uprising in Soweto on the same date in 1976.



UNICEF

International Day of the Child
The theme of this year's commemoration is: Stop violence.



Mozambique Measles Vaccination Campaign

Vaccination campaign reaches all corners
Over 19,000 health workers organized in 2,400 teams were mobilized and trained to reach over 3.6 million children aged 6 to 59 months during the five days of the campaign.



Mozambique Measles Vaccination Campaign 2011

Prime Minister launches measles campaign
On 23 May 2011, the Prime Minister launched a measles vaccination campaign. Measles is the number one cause of death among diseases that can be prevented by vaccination.



Mozambican artists against child trafficking
A diverse group of Mozambican artists spanning several generations came together on Saturday 5 June 2010 in Marracuene district for an outdoor concert to raise awareness of child trafficking and exploitation.



Responding to the 2008 floods
For the second year in a row, Mozambique has been hit by major flooding in the centre of the country. More than 96,400 people have been evacuated to resettlement centres. UNICEF is supporting health, nutrition, education and child-protection activities.



Children learn photography
For the 18 anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF co-organised with Venice-Arts a workshop in which children learnt how to use photography to capture their reality and express their views.



Child-Friendly Schools in Mozambique
The CFS programme aims to improve the quality of basic education for all children in Mozambique.



Painting workshop on child health
From 23-24 June 2007 children participated in a painting workshop and produced several paintings on their right to grow up healthy.



5th World Summit on Media for Children
From 24 to 28 March 2007, around 300 children from across the world gathered in Johannesburg with media professionals, academics and policy makers, to take part in the 5th World Summit on Media for Children.



Providing support in accommodation centres
With more than 160,000 people left homeless after floods in Mozambique, emergency accommodation centres have been set up. This photo essay shows the broad range of interventions in one accommodation centre called Chupanga, near Caia. March 2007.



Delivering emergency supplies
As Mozambique is hit by flooding and a cyclone, this photo essay follows emergency supplies provided by UNICEF hurrying by plane, truck and finally boat to tens of thousands of Mozambican children. From Copenhagen to the heart of Africa in three days.



Cyclone in Mozambique
A powerful cyclone hit the coast of Mozambique on 22 February 2007 in central Mozambique affecting some 120,000 and left 50,000 families homeless.



Floods in Mozambique
Two children stand in front of their flooded house in Caia, Sofala Province. UNICEF is stepping up its emergency response in central Mozambique as the number of people seeking refuge in temporary accommodation centres is increasing.



Kids with cameras: diversity and disparities (1)
More than 30 children captured the world around them on film as part of a series of workshops organized by the Mozambican Association of Photography and UNICEF. These photos were taken by children from Momemo primary school in Marracuene district.



Kids with cameras: diversity and disparities (2)
More than 30 children captured the world around them on film as part of a series of workshops organized by the Mozambican Association of Photography and UNICEF. These photos were taken by children from 7 de Setembro primary school in Maputo city.



Children paint their dreams for better education
Hundreds of primary school children depicted their dreams for better education last July in a painting workshop organized by the artist Naguib, with the support of UNICEF. Thirty paintings were produced and will be used in UNICEF 2007 calendar.



UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors and celebrities.
In 2006, several UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors and celebrities visited UNICEF-supported programmes in Mozambique. Their role and influence is critical to advocate for children and support the mission of UNICEF.




 

 
Search:

 Email this article

unite for children