Relatório para doadores
UNICEF Moçambique Relatório Anual 2013
Em 2013, o UNICEF continuou a apoiar o incremento de um pacote essencial de serviços, produtos e conhecimentos para as crianças. Registaram-se avanços em particular na sobrevivência da criança, abarcando 8,3 milhões de crianças menores de 5 anos durante duas semanas nacionais de saúde, tendo sido distribuídas 570.000 redes mosquiteiras ao longo do ano.
UNICEF Moçambique Relatório Anual 2012
O ano de 2012 marcou o início de um novo Programa Nacional (2012-2015) ambicioso, o qual pretende tirar proveito das evidências e catalisar as acções com vista a reduzir as disparidades e transformar as vidas das crianças. Elaborado sob a liderança do Governo de Moçambique, o novo programa faz parte do programa Delivering as One das Nações Unidas e coincide com a recta final rumo aos Objectivos de Desenvolvimento do Milénio em 2015.
UNICEF Mozambique Annual Report 2011
United Nations (UN) in Mozambique, the year 2011 was one of programme review and development. During the year, the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) and UNDAF Action Plan were developed to guide UN activities through the 2012-2015 period. The Delivering as One model remains the principal focus of UN programming in Mozambique, and ensuring coherence and unity across the UN system is a priority. In response to Government objectives and the country's development needs, the UN aims to support the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.
UNICEF Mozambique Annual Report 2010
The Government of Mozambique, UNICEF and partners made significant progress in 2010 towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals and the three Country Programme priorities: Young Child Survival and Development, Basic Education and Gender Equality and HIV/AIDS.
UNICEF Mozambique Annual Report 2009
This annual report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2009. It highlights the strong partnerships between the Government, international and national organisations leading to results in several areas: an average of 98 per cent of children were reached with an integrated child survival package including vaccination against measles, vitamin A, nutrition screening and de-worming as part of two nation-wide child health weeks, over 400,000 people in rural and peri-urban areas gained access to safe water and sanitation facilities, more than 1.2 million children received birth certificates, 300,000 primary school children in nearly 750 schools learned in childfriendly school environments and two million people in rural communities received key child survival, education and protection messages.
UNICEF Mozambique Annual Report 2008
This Annual Report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2008. It highlights the strong partnerships between the Government, international and national organisations that led to progress in several areas.
UNICEF Mozambique: Consolidated Donor Report 2007
This consolidated donor report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2007, during which the Government, UNICEF and partners continued to work in support of the achievements of young child survival and development, basic education and gender equality, and children and HIV/AIDS.
UNICEF Mozambique: Consolidated Donor Report 2006
The year 2006 marked the last year of the 2002-2006 UNICEF Country Programme of Cooperation in Mozambique. This consolidated donor report outlines the main achievements of this Country Programme in 2006. To obtain the hard copy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
UNICEF Mozambique: Consolidated Donor Report 2005
The year 2005 marked the fourth year of the 2002-2006 Country Programme of Cooperation between UNICEF and the Government of Mozambique. This consolidated donor report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2005.