U.S. Government supports rehabilitation of pediatric health services in Maputo City

U.S. Embassy Avenida Kenneth Kaunda, 193 Caixa Postal, 783 Maputo MOZAMBIQUE PRESS RELEASE U.S. Government supports rehabilitation of pediatric health services in Maputo City April 30, 2018 – MAPUTO.  U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique Dean Pittman participated in a ceremony to officially deliver to city health authorities a set of pediatric rehabilitation projects developed in eight ...
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Notice of Funding Opportunity – PEPFAR Small Grants Program

The U.S. Embassy is currently soliciting innovative and cost-effective projects/activities (PDF 218 KB) focused on the following areas from local, legally registered, community-based, non-governmental organizations. Each proposal should also include a one-page summary that includes a brief description of:  (1) name of the organization and project title, program area (Orphans and Vulnerable Children;  HIV Prevention for Priority Populations; and Adult Care and Support) ...
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Sangariveira Secondary School: A Dreams-friendly school

Sangariveira Secondary School (SSS) was established in 2012 in Quelimane, Zambézia Province. Currently, the school has 4,980 students, 2,610 male and 2,370 female, who are divided into 42 groups, with morning, afternoon and night student rotations. Located in the outskirts of Quelimane, SSS has a gloomy past. The school had a lot of evils, in ...
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Ambassador Pittman launches PASSOS to Provide HIV Services, Prevention to Those Most at Risk

On April 6, Ambassador Pittman joined with representatives of the Government of Mozambique at the Port of Maputo Health Center to launch the PEPFAR-funded project, Integrated HIV Prevention and Health Services for Key and Priority Populations, known as PASSOS.  PASSOS is a five-year project that aims to provide integrated, comprehensive, and friendly HIV/AIDS prevention, care, ...
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