The government of Mozambique, in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, builds a strong health workforce that delivers lifesaving care to women and families.
Maputo, Mozambique (March 17, 2015)—Isaura Ferrão Nyusi, Mozambique’s First Lady and the country’s Minister of Health, marked International Women’s Day by recognizing two hospitals for providing quality maternal, newborn and child health services under a program supported by the U.S.
On a spring day, Marcos walked the neighborhood of Bunhica, and stopped at the home of Inácio Nhamue Aminosse and Andrieta Manuel. The couple invited Marcos into their house. “I started counseling the couple and then screened them for a range of health issues, including gender-based v
Maputo, Mozambique—An active volunteer in her church, Nostina Ngomane was among the parishioners of the Presbyterian Church of Mozambique who turned out one evening to hear a Ministry of Health official and fellow church member discuss the risks of cervical and breast cancer.