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Stewart Sukuma promotes investing in children and adolescents in Sao Paulo
Maputo, February 26, 2013 – The renowned Mozambican musician and UNICEF National Goodwill Ambassador Stewart Sukuma advocated for life skills and the importance of investing in childhood and adolescence during a recent concert tour in São Paolo.
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Stewart Sukuma produces benefit concert for flood victims
Maputo, 7 February 2013 - The UNICEF Mozambique Goodwill Ambassador Stewart Sukuma went on stage with his band Nkhuvu this evening to perform an awareness and fundraising concert benefiting the families displaced by the recent floods in Mozambique.
Stewart Sukuma, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, visits flood victims in Mozambique
Maputo, 27 January 2013 - The distress of the thousands of people displaced by the floods in Gaza Province are terrible to witness, and we must not rest before their suffering has ended, says UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Stewart Sukuma.
Singer Stewart Sukuma appointed UNICEF’s National Goodwill Ambassador for Mozambique
Maputo, 14 December 2012 – UNICEF Mozambique announced today singer Stewart Sukuma’s appointment as its National Goodwill Ambassador.
Stewart Sukuma joined by artist friends in amazing Child Rights concert
MAPUTO, Mozambique, 4 June 2012 - 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.
Stewart Sukuma and Mozambican artists celebrate the Quinzena with cultural event on June 2
MAPUTO, Mozambique 30 May 2012 - This Saturday in Maputo, the composer and performer Stewart Sukuma and the Nkuvu Band will perform at a cultural event called Artists for Children's Rights, celebrating the Quinzena da Criança.
Mozambican artist Neyma, joined by Stewart Sukuma, launches music video about children
MAPUTO, Mozambique, 20 December 2011 – This morning, Mozambican artist Neyma was joined by Stewart Sukuma and guests for the launch of her new music video called 'Sofrimento' at the UNICEF office on Avenida do Zimbabwe.
We must strive to raise our children in a culture of peace, says Neyma
MAPUTO, Mozambique, 20 December 2011 – On the occasion of the launch of her new music video ‘Sofrimento’, a song about children and their suffering, Mozambican artist Neyma spoke about the song’s message.
Musician Stewart Sukuma calls for zero tolerance towards violence and sexual abuse against girls
Maputo province, November 2010 – The room was already full but more people were continuing to arrive. Wherever else there was space, dozens of voices came together in various tones to sing in chorus the best known compositions of Stewart Sukuma.
Mozambican artists join forces against child trafficking and exploitation
Mozambique, 3 June 2010 – A diverse group of Mozambican artists spanning several generations will come together on Saturday 5 June in Maputo for an outdoor concert marking the Quinzena da criança.
Musician Stewart Sukuma shares basic life skills with children
Matalane, December 15, 2009 - More than a hundred children of the rural community of Matalane received a surprise visit today from the famous Mozambican singer Stewart Sukuma.
Mozambican artists come together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Maputo, November 20 2009 - On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF paid tribute today to a diverse group of artists who, through their work, have shown leadership in advancing the rights of children.
Mc Roger Initiative and UNICEF set up partnership to promote children’s rights
Maputo, March 2009 – The well known Mozambican singer and television presenter, known as Mc Roger, signed in February this year a Memorandum of Understanding for a partnership with UNICEF.
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors and celebrities in support of Mozambican children
Maputo, 20 September 2006- Throughout 2006, several UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors and celebrities visited UNICEF-supported programmes in Mozambique.