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Community radio encourages girls’ education in Mozambique
Community radio encourages girls’ education in Mozambique
MAGANJA DA COSTA DISTRICT, Mozambique, 2 May 2008 – For almost a year, many families in Mozambique have awakened at daybreak to the pleasant voice of the young announcers at Erive Community Radio, the Maganja da Costa District’s new UNICEF-supported radio station. Read More >
Denise’s story: Small grant brings wealth of knowledge to Mozambican youth
Denise’s story: Small grant brings wealth of knowledge to Mozambican youth
NEW YORK, USA, 17 March 2008 – The 52nd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, which concluded recently in New York, could have been just another annual gathering at the United Nations where ambitious commitments are made but soon forgotten – until the next meeting, when they are made yet again. Read More >
Students help make school more ‘child-friendly’ in Mozambique
Students help make school more ‘child-friendly’ in Mozambique
ZAMBÉZIA, Mozambique, 18 August 2006 – Fourteen-year-old Esperança Soul holds her head high as she sings a welcome song in the local language to a group of visitors. Her melodic voice carries above that of her fellow students who are gathered in an arid playground surrounded by classrooms in various stages of construction. Read More >
Mozambique: Early pregnancy threatens a girl’s chance to go to school
Mozambique: Early pregnancy threatens a girl’s chance to go to school
Carolina Florência tenderly rocks her two-year-old daughter as she talks about her plans to leave her rural homestead in Gondola, in the central province of Manica, and try her luck in the provincial capital of Tete. Read More >

 

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