This document presents N’weti’s Strategic Plan (SP) for the period 2016 – 2020, which will guide the Organization’s response to health and development needs in Mozambique. The SP was developed through a participatory process involving N’weti’s Board, leadership and staff as well as partners, donors, and rights holders.
The process was facilitated by two external consultants. An evaluation of the SP 2011-2015 was done immediately before the strategy development process and was used to inform the planning process about the achievements, challenges and lessons learned during the preceding five-year period. An additional situational analysis of the current and future situation and plans in the health sector and among donors was conducted, as well as an analysis of key Mozambican and international evidence based experiences combining health promotion and governance approaches, and a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks) analysis with inputs from board members, leadership and staff. More information click: here
This Annual Operational Plan (POA) 2019 was developed and aligned with the Strategic Plan (PE) of N weti 2016-2020, whose primary objective is to "contribute to the improvement of the health status of Mozambicans through health promotion approaches , social accountability, monitoring and advocacy of public policies and institutional development. " According to this EP, the Right to Health remains the main thematic focus, with two specific sub - themes:
1. Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights, including
• HIV Infection, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Family Planning (PF) and Premature Marriages
2. Women's and Children's Health, including prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum, child at risk, and malaria.
In addition, cross-cutting themes such as Gender, Gender-Based Violence, and Nutrition continue to have prominence in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of N'weti's different interventions by 2019. With regard to the target groups, our interventions will prioritize adolescents and young girls and boys (between 10-24 years of age) with particular focus on girls and women reproductive age. To Read the full version click here