14 Février 2018
Girls in the Raparinga Biz meet in a safe space, where they can freely discuss issues including gender equality, violence and their own struggles. © UNFPA Mozambique
MAPUTO, Mozambique – “We are equal to boys and can also contribute to society,” said 17-year-old Lidia Suale Saide. Lidia knows what it means to stand up for these beliefs. One year ago, she refused her mother’s attempt... Read more
9 Août 2017
Edma enseigne aux filles les compétences et les connaissances dont elles ont besoin pour se protéger, rester à l'école et exiger leurs droits. © UNFPA / Helene Christensen
NAMPULA CITY, Mozambique – « Certaines adolescentes abandonneront l'école et se marieront pour l’argent », a déclaré Edma, une jeune femme âgée de 21 ans. « Certaines adoptent des comportements sexuels dangereux,... Read more
23 Août 2016
A joint UN programme targets 1 million vulnerable girls with messages on empowerment, sexual and reproductive health, leadership and human rights. © UNFPA Mozambique
NAMPULA Mozambique – “Before I entered the safe space, I was shy, and it was difficult for me to express myself. I spent my free time after school with vulnerable girlfriends my age who had left school to marry, and... Read more
20 Mai 2015
Carleta Eugenio Francisco has reclaimed her life after recovering from an obstetric fistula. She is now a community activist, helping to improve the health of women and girls in her community. © UNFPA Mozambique
NAMORROI, Mozambique – In just one year, the life of 21-year-old Carleta Eugenio Francisco has transformed completely. Before, she was isolated in her community in Namarroi District, Mozambique, stigmatized for... Read more
27 Avril 2015
Constangelina Basílio with her son, Magalhães. Ms. Basílio nearly died while giving birth to Magalhães. She now works as a community health activist. © UNFPA/Amancio Vilankulos
CABO DELGADO, Mozambique – It was a hot day in Mozambique’s Chiúre District, and 23-year-old Constangelina Basílio, brought her young son, Magalhães, into the shade of a tree before telling her story. “We have a special... Read more
29 Janvier 2015
People are evacuated by boats in southern Malawi. © UNDAC
JOHANNESBURG/NEW YORK – Widespread flooding has affected hundreds of thousands of people across Southern Africa. Torrential rainfall and the overflowing Zambezi River have destroyed crops, infrastructure and thousands... Read more
16 Janvier 2015
Prime Minister Alberto Vaquina speaks to Geração Biz youth activists at a meeting in Maputo.
MAPUTO, Mozambique – Young people in Mozambique face stiff challenges in accessing sexual and reproductive health information and services, but the efforts of youth activists and peer educators are making a difference.... Read more
8 Décembre 2014
MAPUTO, Mozambique - “Adolescent girls have rights and potential,” declared 15-year-old Catia Zefanias Uamusse, at the opening of the National Girls’ Conference in Maputo, Mozambique, in mid-November. “We ought to be in... Read more
12 Juin 2014
UNITED NATIONS, New York – On 12 June, UNFPA celebrated the winners of the 2014 United Nations Population Award: Father Aldo Marchesini, a doctor and Catholic priest who treats obstetric fistula sufferers in Mozambique... Read more
14 Novembre 2012
Her Royal Highness, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, a UNFPA Patron and global advocate for the right to sexual and reproductive health, visited Mozambique last week to gain new insights and understanding of the nature... Read more