Annual Report of UNICEF Mozambique 2014

The flower which opens to life

Once upon a time there was a young woman named Josefina that lived with her husband in a village near a river and they had a farm with vegetables. The woman was very strong and energetic, but her husband was a selfish man and he would not let the woman go out.

However, one day, the woman began to feel different and a week later she learned that she was pregnant. Read more

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Annual Report of UNICEF Mozambique 2014

Breastmilk, the universal fruit of life

"Do you know what the relationship is between the stars and breastmilk?" Grandma Elisa asked when I got home from school that afternoon. I answered no, so to motivate her into telling me the story.

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Annual Report of UNICEF Mozambique 2014

Vitória, heroine of the village

Well, well, it was quite a surprise my parents had prepared for my 12 birthday. I feel strong, enjoy living in my village andam doing very well in school. Now I even have a program in the community radio and soon I will be going to Maputo with my friend Aurora to participate in a Child to Child training about Radio communications.

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Our Results Before 2014

The small victories which motivate us in previous years.

Annual Report 2013

This annual report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2013.

Annual Report 2012

This annual report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2012.

Annual Report 2011

This annual report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2011.

Annual Report 2010

This annual report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2010

Annual Report 2009

This annual report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2009.

Annual Report 2008

This Annual Report outlines the main achievements of the Country Programme in 2008.

Letter from vitória to UNICEF

Dear UNICEF, my name is Vitória and I want to thank you for the beautiful surprise of receiving your support to practice at Radio Mozambique. I would also like to thank teacher Zacarias and APE Feliciano, who are now helping me to participate in the next Children’s Parliament session. I have never done anything expecting recognition, but I am happy to have support, such as that from UNICEF, which implies for me a great deal of commitment and responsibility. Thank you for the acknowledgement that motivates me to keep helping those who live in my village and other places where my voice can be heard. I love to help out just like you do. Thank you for protecting me and the children of my country.