Mozambique

In 2015, Mozambique was officially declared to be free of thousands of landmines left over from decades of war, meaning farmers can cultivate crops and graze livestock safely. World Vision supports children in Mozambique through agriculture associations where family farmers collaborate on buying seeds and marketing their crops. Goat rearing and fish farming are also ways for families to increase food supplies and earn income.

Partnering since

1983

people reached

49,968

programs

4

Level of Fragility

Very Low Developing

Gender Equality Rank

75.8%
Progress

4,126patient consultations were provided by community health workers through projects supported by World Vision

Progress

2,887children under age 18 received birth certificates in the past year because of World Vision's work

Progress

16,362people participated in trainings, counseling or activities on preventing and responding to infectious diseases, such as COVID-19

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Country Details

In 2015, Mozambique was officially declared to be free of thousands of landmines left over from decades of war, meaning farmers can cultivate crops and graze livestock safely. World Vision supports children in Mozambique through agriculture associations where family farmers collaborate on buying seeds and marketing their crops. Goat rearing and fish farming are also ways for families to increase food supplies and earn income.
World Vision Mozambique

Limited access to clean water and proper sanitation facilities, insufficient and/or irregular supplies of food and poor hygiene practices put many children at risk, physically, every day. At the same time, low literacy levels coupled with high rates of child abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence make it difficult for many children to live life to their fullest, achieve their dreams and prepare for their future.

Our teams of dedicated development professionals have been working in Mozambique since 1983 to build a better world for children, their families and their communities. We partner with parents, like-minded organizations, faith leaders and the government to address the underlying causes of poverty and injustice in order to build a better world for all children in Mozambique.

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Results

Unless otherwise stated, data presented on this page reflects the most up-to-date results of World Vision Canada programs reported between October 2021 and September 2022, and any previous fiscal years available. Previously reported data may not match the current presentation as we continuously receive and refine data from our programs. If you have any questions, kindly reach out to us.