Mozambique

This training material is one of two materials produced for Sawa Sawa, an HIV programme implemented by the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) in the Sofala Province of Mozambique.

In Mozambique, the Tchova Tchova project worked to reduce HIV transmission and stigma and increase the use of services. To better understand the drivers of HIV transmission and stigma, the project conducted formative research. Formative research results helped the project determine an appropriate theoretical foundation for their work.

From September 2013 to June 2014, with support from USAID, Pathfinder implemented the mCenas! project (“Mobile Scenes” in English)—an interactive two way SMS system in Mozambique, accessible at no cost to clients. The goal of mCenas!

This Learning Brief summarizes a qualitative process evaluation conducted to assess communities’ response to a community dialogue approach, after one year of implementation in rural settings of three countries (Mozamique, Uganda and Zambia), in terms of outreach, relevance and intermediate results.

From September 2013 to June 2014, with support from USAID, Pathfinder International implemented the mCenas! (“Mobile Scenes”) project in Mozambique—an interactive two-way SMS system, accessible at no cost to clients. The goal of mCenas! was to reduce the barriers youth face in starting or continuing to use contraception by increasing their knowledge of and dispelling common myths about contraceptive methods.

This poster was developed as part of the Mozambique Medical Circumcision campaign. It shows a group of young men addressing their friend, who is the only one of the group who has not yet undergone medical circumcision.  The poster is aimed at young men who are considering medical circumciison.

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