For an Accessible National Health System to all in Mozambique

For an Accessible National Health System to all in Mozambique

Today, December 12th, is the International Day of Universal Health Coverage. In a context where the global trend is to focus more on addressing health systems – as opposed to the notion of health systems – there is much has been discussed on how to ensure quality health

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GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY (GFF): NARRATIVES OF ADHERENCE AND IMPLEMENTATION DYNAMICS

GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY (GFF): NARRATIVES OF ADHERENCE AND IMPLEMENTATION DYNAMICS

This Research Brief1 highlights the contextual narratives of Mozambique’s adherence to the Health Financing Facility (GFF). The reflection herein is based upon a triangulation of the documentation research methods, field work in three of the country’s provinces (Nampula, Zambézia and Gaza), in depth interviews and focal group discussions. The work […]

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The Collapse of a Financing Architecture Condemned to Success

The Collapse of a Financing Architecture Condemned to Success

Over the next four weeks, N’weti will release a series of texts analyzing funding for the health sector in Mozambique. This is the dissemination of learning and advocacy material resulting from research that culminated in the report entitled Health Sector Development Assistance Architecture in Mozambique. To begin with, we share […]

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Training about Community Scorecard (CPC)

Training about Community Scorecard (CPC)

From February 18 to 22 in Nampula and from February 25 to March 1, 2019 in Sofala training of OCB`s, health providers, facilitators and supervisors in Community Scorecard (CPC). The Community Punctuation Card ( CPC) is a tool for monitoring and evaluating the quality of health services, which allows a […]

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Netting Malária changing health lifestyles

Netting Malária changing health lifestyles

Get to know the story of Ana Gilda Maria Tomé, 36 years old, married, 5 children, who lives in the neighborhood of Mutauanha, Post Administrative of Muatala, in the district of Nampula, province of Nampula, Mozambique. In February 2018, Ana Gilda narrated to the Netting Malaria project field team

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It’s back to school for Gilda!

It’s back to school for Gilda!

Gilda Mandlaze is a 22-year-old girl who is paraplegic. She lives in Chokwé, a rural town and capital of Chokwé District in the province of Gaza, Mozambique. She stopped going to school when she was on the 9th grade at Chokwe Secondary School because she had

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