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In Mozambique, Margarida Mathshinhe and VillageReach use text messaging to improve routine immunization. VillageReach deployed the Dedicated Logistics System (DLS) to increase the scale and efficiency of vaccine delivery to children living in rural areas.
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The inSCALE project in Mozambique is part of a multi-country study that includes Uganda and is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The project is working to increase coverage of integrated community case management (iCCM) through community health workers (CHWs) trained to adequately treat children under five years for diarrhoea, pneumonia and malaria. The goal of the project is to develop scalable innovations based on research which will have a positive impact on CHW motivation, performance and retention in order to increase the quality and coverage of iCCM. This will eventually lead to an increase in the number of children receiving appropriate treatment in their communities or being referred to health facilities. Findings from a large piece of formative research, including...
University of Saskatchewan researchers have been awarded $16.6 million by Global Affairs Canada over the next five years to work with Mozambique partners on improving the health and lives of 165,000 Mozambican women of child-bearing age and 23,000 newborns. U of S research team leader Prof. Nazeem Muhajarine and Mozambique Project director Lidia Monjane discuss the importance of empowering women for improved health outcomes. Read more about it here: http://news.usask.ca/articles/research/2017/u-of-s-researchers-awarded-16.6-million-to-increase-maternal,-newborn-survival-in-mozambique.php
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More than 10% of Mozambique's adult population is HIV+ and AIDS is the main cause of death here. The country also has high rates of malnutrition which makes it harder to fight this disease. Through a project called Chapani, people are learning to eat better and live healthier.
The achievements of USAID's global Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP), which was led by Jhpiego and, with partners, supported Ministry of Health efforts to improve and strengthen health services during 2011-2015. For more information, visit www.jhpiego.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter at @Jhpiego.
Starting with teaching Health in Mozambique, my project is rooted in using the knowledge and resources we have access to, to educate the teachers that will teach people how to protect themselves against the most preventable, yet deadly disease in Mozambique.
Episcopal Relief & Development has partnered with ASA (Anglican Social Action) through the malaria prevention program NetsforLife®, community development initiatives, and in responding to the immediate impact and long-term recovery from flooding disasters.
Training Mozambicans to work closely with rural communities to fight malaria, HIV/AIDS and other health problems. For more than 10 years this partnership between Canada and Mozambique has been operating a training centre in Massinga. The program is supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the University of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) and many others.
Spent the day in Marracuene district today to do some monitoring of the National Health Week initiative here in Mozambique. The man with the megaphone was shouting out information in both Portuguese and the local language Shangana, urging parents to bring their children to the mobile health post in the market for their essential vaccines. As we all know, however, what draws most attention and interest is music.
The social perspective of Mozambique makes us think that his medium-term upturn is quite difficult. The education, economy and health care of this country show us one of the poorest regions of Africa. In despite of everything, his inhabitants demonstrate a great struggle for surviving in these conditions and lift a singing to hope. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 SUSCRÍBETE al canal y descubre los mundos y las culturas más fascinantes: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Síguenos también en: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu
In May 2009 Puravida came to Guludo to make a film of some of the projects that Global Angels have raised funds for. Here are the projects that have been showcased in the film: Water, Education and Health. For more info and donations pls visit http://www.globalangels.org/ Film produced by http://www.puravidamedia.co.uk
Deliberations of the meeting on TB response support project
Emily Alpert, Deputy Director of A4I, explain the steps needed to improve soil health in Mozambique after visiting AGRA’s Soil Health Programs. For more recommendations for improving soil health in Africa, download our report ‘No Ordinary Matter: Conserving, restoring and enhancing Africa’s soils’ from our website www.ag4impact.org
Brief video of a clusterfug after founding a health forum in Mozambique.
Check out our newest video from one of Project HOPE's Village Savings and Loans (VSL) groups in Guija District, Mozambique. Our VSL programs not only incorporate savings techniques but lifesaving health education. In this video, HOPE staff is conducting health pre-tests to determine the groups' level of understanding around certain health topics. HOPE then takes this information and tailors our health education program around the results. Towards the end of the project, we will conduct a post test and compare the results. This encourages the groups as they can see where they have improved, and also helps Project HOPE in showing us how effective we have been in our training and what we need to do to improve it.
http://www.international-health-insurance.com/quotes/individual-quote/ Choosing the right worldwide medical cover is quite crucial. Most folks take out the same world-wide medical policy for a lot of years to make certain continuous cover, (modifying your worldwide medical cover policy often is not a excellent concept). But even if the cover is only for a few months, be sure it is the right cover is really essential. Created to insure one individual person per policy, a personal medical insurance plan will usually give medical protection and benefits to the insurance holder on an annual basis. These plans are excellent for individual expatriates or retired persons, workers, students, and frequent travelers who spend a large part of their time in Mozambique. If it sounds like this might ...
In this first of two special videos, our CEO, Bob Mitchell, talks about the work being done around HIV education, nutrition and sanitation in the Community-led Health and Wellbeing Project that we fund in the Diocese of Niassa in northern Mozambique. We have been supporting this work, with funding from the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, since 2010. The locally run and led programs have made a significant impact on the lives of the people, strengthening and empowering the communities and ensuring they're able to address the priorities they themselves have identified. Special thanks to Anglican Media Melbourne for producing this video! If you want to find out more about our work in Mozambique, head over to our website at http://bit.ly/2jvL4L1