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Mozambique

Mozambique, 22 August 2016: 2016 seminars on children’s rights and journalism practice launched

Mozambique, 17 August 2016: Launch of 2015 Children in the Media – An Analysis Report

12 August 2016: Two-thirds of young people in more than 18 countries say they have been victims of bullying

Mozambique, 4 May 2016: Launching of programme for accelerated investment in CRVS

Mozambique, 18 April 2016: UN increases support to Government drought response after institutional red alert

Mozambique, 22 March 2016: Improved water supply in Jangamo to provide communities with clean water and sanitation

Mozambique, April 2015: Singer Neyma, UNICEF Ambassador, sensitizes pregnant women to prevent malaria

Mozambique, 26 March 2015: International Development Agency funds the promotion of rural small town water and sanitation

Mozambique, 2 September 2014: Solution to iodine deficiency within reach, says UNICEF

Mozambique, 28 August 2014: UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Angélique Kidjo visits health clinic in Moamba

Mozambique, 7 August 2014: Situation Analysis of Children released today

Mozambique, 19 June 2014: Major birth and civil registration project to reach thousands in Nampula

Mozambique, 18 June 2014: UNICEF launches a Facts For Life inspired musical album

Mozambique, 2 June 2014: At forefront of improving population registration

Mozambique, 15 October 2013: With UNICEF support, Government launches campaign on rights of children with disabilities

Mozambique, 27 August 2013: UNICEF Mozambique statement on child abuse in Inhambane orphanage

Mozambique, 2 August 2013: Children discuss fulfilment of their rights at the Fourth Session of the Children's Parliament

Mozambique, 28 June 2013: Koenraad Vanormelingen appointed UNICEF Mozambique Representative

Mozambique, 24 November 2010: Country eliminates maternal and neonatal tetanus

 

 
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