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Women promoting development

2021-04-12

Women promoting development

In Mozambique, poverty and inequality are still a problem among women. In the education sector, the high level of illiteracy among women and girls, especially among women in rural areas, also limits their access to income and well-being. In the employment sector, women are mostly found in the informal sector and in the agricultural sector as unskilled laborers and especially in subsistence crops.

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Making the education system more resilient
Making the education system more resilient
Education is a basic human right, a public good and an essential prerequisite for building responsible citizens who can contribute to the development of the country.
Area 4 Partners Support Education Project and Safe Reopening of Schools in Palma District
Area 4 Partners Support Education Project and Safe Reopening of Schools in Palma District
MAPUTO, Mozambique – ExxonMobil Moçambique, Limitada, on behalf of Mozambique Rovuma Venture and the Area 4 co-ventures, and in partnership with Development Aid from People to People, celebrated the school reopening education program in Cabo Delgado’s Palma district.
ADPP and partners support the resumption of classes in schools in Manica province
ADPP and partners support the resumption of classes in schools in Manica province
ADPP in partnership with Word Jewish Relief (WJR), and in coordination with the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH), with funds from the Start Fund, have been supporting elementary school in Chimoio district since last December to create the conditions for a safe resumption of classes in the face of COVID-19.
School feeding project distributed more than 76 million meals to schools in Maputo province
School feeding project distributed more than 76 million meals to schools in Maputo province
The Governor of Maputo province, Júlio Paruque, led, in the district of Manhiça, the closing ceremony of the school feeding projecy “Food for Knowledge (FFK) of Planet Aid and Implemented by ADPP in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH) in four districts of Maputo province over eight years, the initiative was financed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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