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Municipal Development Programme Mozambique - PRODEM

01.01.2015 - 31.01.2021

In the framework of the ongoing decentralization process in Mozambique, 53 municipalities have been established since 1998. The programme aims to contribute to urban poverty reduction and a sustainable development of 26 municipalities. This shall be achieved through improvements in municipal government’s administration with a focus on service delivery and resilience to climate change impact complemented by enhanced citizen’s participation and social accountability.

HIV Prevention Program - Community Systems for integrated HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

01.10.2014 - 31.03.2018

This HIV prevention program of the Southern African Aids Trust will strengthen the capacities of communities in mapping and addressing HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) needs of especially adolescents, young people and women in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Botswana and Malawi. It will support the Ministries of Health and Education at country level and advocate for regional policies and frameworks at SADC level to improve integrated service delivery of HIV and SRHR.

Advancing Land Use Rights and Natural Resources Benefits

01.05.2014 - 31.12.2017

Approved in 2009, the Mozambican legislation on land, forestry and fauna is considered as one of the most progressive in terms of protection of the interests of the local communities. However more than 14 years after its approval, the rights of the communities are still precarious. SDC program aims at advancing the land use rights of the local communities as a necessary asset for a more sustainable economic development.

Safeguard Young People – Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRHR)

01.08.2013 - 31.01.2017

The UNFPA Safeguard Young People Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights/HIV (SRHR) programme will contribute to the reduction of HIV infections and improved sexual and reproductive health status of young women and men aged 10 to 24 in 8 Southern African countries1. UNFPA will scale up SRHR/HIV prevention models in order to equip young people with knowledge, skills and values to protect themselves from HIV infections and capacitate member states to improve the legislative environment to address young people’s health issues.

Seed and Knowledge Initiative (SKI)

01.08.2013 - 28.02.2019

The project contributes to strengthening and consolidating local knowledge and practices on seeds for better resilience. In parallel, research is conducted on community seed systems and the interface between the formal and informal seed sectors. This will inform advocacy strategies and influence the policy-making and scientific narrative for improved seed and food security in the SADC region (Zimbabwe, Zambia, Swaziland, Mozambique, South Africa).

Advocating for Agro-Biodiversity

01.07.2013 - 31.08.2016

This project supports small-scale farmer and farmer support organizations in the region in their efforts to foster democratic debate over legal frameworks having an impact on food security, and more specifically: agro-biodiversity , farmers’ rights to use, save and exchange seeds, and the diverse forms of knowledge farmers develop and maintain. This project also helps farmers in defining the role they want to see State institutions play in protecting all of the above.

Strengthening Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Systems for OVC&Y Programming in SADC

01.04.2013 - 31.03.2019

The project strengthens the Monitoring and Evaluation system for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children and Youth (OVC&Y) among Member States of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). The project includes the training of key personnel, the inclusion of standardised OVC&Y indicators into already existing national data collection and reporting systems. Through such a system, Member States will be able to make sound evidence based decisions on issues that are relevant for OVC&Y, in particular on HIV and AIDS programming.

Wiwanana Foundation

01.01.2013 - 30.04.2016

Wiwanana is a newly created Mozambican NGO who will implement a community health empowerment project to improve the health literacy and the overall health status of the rural poor target population in two districts in Northern Mozambique. After completion of this phase the Wiwanana Foundation will be able to independently manage its activities in a professional manner.

Transparent Governance for Water, Sanitation and Health - GoTAS

01.10.2012 - 31.12.2017

The objective of this project, which builds on Swiss Cooperation extensive experience in Local Governance, Water and Sanitation and Health Promotion in Mozambique, is to improve the living conditions of the population in the North of the country through increasing access and use of WatSan infrastructures, strengthening the local governance system, and reinforcing the links between Health promotion and WatSan regarding hygiene and sanitation for an increased impact on the health status of the women and men.

Micro Banco Fides MoçambiqueAcademia de Finanças Inclusivas

01.07.2012 - 31.12.2017

Aumento de oferta de serviços financeiros para a população rural é um dos principais objectivos do Governo. O projecto tem como objectivo oferecer serviços financeiros diversificados 85% da população sem acesso, nomeadamente aos micro e pequenos empresários e mulheres e homens agricultores. Os serviços serão prestados de maneira profissional e rentável por um micro banco financiado por uma empresa privada suíça experiente no sector que também vai desenvolver um currículo profissional completo para funcionários de instituições bancárias e de seguros rurais.

Supporting the Cabo Delgado Health Plan

01.12.2010 - 30.06.2017

The health status of men and women is improved through the increased utilization of health services in the Capo Delgado province as a consequence of better health related knowledge in the communities. A gender sensitive approach will address men and women alike. Expected outcomes: (1)Health promotion workers and other MISAU personal are able to involve the communities in a participatory way; (2) MISAU personnel (incl. health promotion workers) has been strengthened in their planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting capacities; (3) Health promotion workers are able to reach and live in the communities through the availability of transport and housing.


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