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The Vale A Pena Project (VAP) is an intervention funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), led by PSI Mozambique and implemented by a consortium of organizations: N’weti, Coalition of Mozambican Youth, ThinkPlace and Tuya Consulting. The project duration is 30 months from September 1, 2018 and the total budget is £ 5,500,000.

The project aims to increase the acceptance of family planning in Mozambique, focusing on rural adolescents between 10 and 19 years of age. To that end, the project is using human-centered design (HCD) to achieve a deeper understanding of the barriers and behavior drivers of rural adolescents and their influencers, and to design user-centered catalytic interventions to increase the use of planning family (PF). These interventions will be tested, refined, and expanded during the project implementation phase.

The project is divided into two distinct phases: an initial phase between September 2018 and February 2019 and an implementation phase between March 2019 and March 2021. The project takes place in Mozambique and during the initial phase, specific areas of intervention were the provinces. of the city and province of Maputo (districts of Kampfumo, Chamankulo, Ka Mavota, Ka Mabukwana, Ka Maxaquene, Boane, Matola and Marracuene), Gaza (Guijá and Bilene-Macía districts) and Nampula (districts of Nampula, Mogovolas and Mongicual). Read more…