This annual report portrays N'weti's performance in 2022, in line with its Strategic Plan (SP) 2021-2025. The report presents the main progress achieved by the organisation during the year, across its institutional areas. The context of N'weti's intervention in 2022 was particularly characterised, by the easing of restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, climatic events which conditioned roads and access routes for reaching communities in remote locations, as well as the insecurity experienced in some parts of Nampula province caused by movements of terrorist groups. These challenges were mitigated by relocating the interventions to safer areas until the high risk situation returned to normal.
N'weti implemented its community-based interventions in seven provinces of the country, namely Maputo Province, Gaza, Inhambane, Sofala, Manica, Zambezia and Nampula, and carried out interventions at the central level focused on influencing public policy. However, in the last quarter of 2022, N'weti started expanding its portfolio of programmes to the whole country, considerably extending its coverage in terms of the districts in which it is present. Its target population comprised a wide range of beneficiaries that included: children (orphans and vulnerable, and children exposed to and living with HIV), adolescent girls and young women, boys and men, women of reproductive age, pregnant and lactating women, adults living with HIV and their sexual partners, change champions, decision makers, policy implementers and service providers.