Alliance Focal Point Organization: Forum Mulher
Contact Person: Nzira Deus
Postal Address: Rua Vilanamwali, Maputo Mozambique
Email: nzira.deus@hotmail.com   
Telephone: +258 414 189

View the SADC Gender Protocol Barometer 2015 for Mozambique.

GL@15: A Luta Continua e a Victória é Certa!

Mozambique is one of the countries where women and girls are still facing challenges due to social and traditional norms that prevent them from realising their rights. Although funding from traditional donors is shrinking due to the impact of the financial crisis, Mozambique is a promising country because of the discovery of mineral resources that […]

Protocolo de Género da SADC 2015 Barómetro Moçambique

Protocolo de Género da SADC 2015 Barómetro Moçambique

Moçambique tem feito progressos significativos no sentido de responder aos compromissos assumidos no âmbito do Protocolo da SADC sobre Género e Desenvolvimento, cujo o prazo é o ano de 2015, bem como outros compromissos visando alcançar a Igualdade do Género.

SeminÁ¡rio de capacitação sobre o alinhamento dos Planos Nacionais

SeminÁ¡rio de capacitação sobre o alinhamento dos Planos Nacionais

Gender Links, como coordenadora da Aliança sobre o Protocolo de Género da África Austral, em parceria com o Ministério da Mulher e Acção Social (MMAS) e o Fórum Mulher levaram a cabo um seminÁ¡rio de 4 dias (25 a 27 de Agosto de 2014)

Mozambique aligns national strategies with the SADC Gender Protocol

Mozambique aligns national strategies with the SADC Gender Protocol

In August, Mozambique became the latest country in the region to align its National Policy and Strategy with the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development. This followed a workshop that brought together focal points of different ministries and their respective planners, members of the Alliance and Gender Links.

Calls for Mozambique President to reject the Penal Code

Calls for Mozambique President to reject the Penal Code

Gender activists have called for the government of Mozambique to improve the penal code to ensure the protection of women and girls from violence and discrimination; punish perpetrators of violence against women and girls; and guarantee women and girls have access to justice. This came after Parliament approved the draft Penal Code in July, which is now awaiting the President’s approval. Activists consider the current draft detrimental to the achievement of gender equality in Mozambique.

Mozambique Alliance Village and country workshop reports

Mozambique Alliance Village and country workshop reports

Homens e mulheres comuns da Manhiça foram convidados a aprender mais sobre o Protocolo de Género da SADC para que eles possam usar a ferramenta para reivindicar seus direitos.

Statement by civil society at the SADC Gender Ministers Meeting

On behalf of my colleagues in the Southern African Gender Protocol Alliance, I feel very privileged and honoured to stand before you today and deliver this speech. The gender sector in our region is unique in the extent to which it has opened the door to civil society participation. Together with our Governments, we campaigned for a SADC Protocol on Gender and Development with 28 targets to be achieved by 2015. With two years to go until this deadline, also the deadline for the Millennium Development Goals, we have changed our slogan from “yes we can” to “yes we must”!

We wish to thank SADC and UNWOMEN for enabling us to make our voice heard at this strategic gathering. We want to assure our governments that we are your firm partners and allies in taking forward the gender agenda in our countries. You have been elected to deliver a better life to all our citizens – especially for women. We are the hands, feet, eyes and ears, hearts and heads, that can help deliver these visionary goals. We are not your competitors but rather an implementing arm of our Governments.

Protocolo de Género da SADC 2012 Barómetro Moçambique

Protocolo de Género da SADC 2012 Barómetro Moçambique

Moçambique tem feito progressos significativos no sentido de responder aos compromissos assumidos no âmbito do Protocolo da SADC sobre Género e Desenvolvimento, cujo o prazo é o ano de 2015, bem como outros compromissos visando o alcance da igualdade de género.

Mozambique: National Alliance focal network off the ground

Mozambique: National Alliance focal network off the ground

The new Mozambique Alliance focal network held a meeting bringing together potential Gender NGOs who will constitute the local Alliance Network on 9 August 2012. A mapping exercise of the potential theme cluster leaders and gender champions for the 28 targets took place.

November 25, 2012
Programs: About the Alliance | SADC Gender Protocol & Alliance

Critical citizenry takes on advertisers in Mozambique

Critical citizenry takes on advertisers in Mozambique

Mozambican women’s and human rights organisations successfully managed to pressure Cervejas de Mocambique (CDM – Beers of Mozambique), the local subsidiary of South African Breweries, to withdraw sexist advertisements promoting its Laurentina Preta brand of dark beer.

SADC Gender Protocol 2010 Barometer – Mozambique launch report

SADC Gender Protocol 2010 Barometer – Mozambique launch report

The Southern African Gender Protocol Alliance convened a caucus meeting in Maputo. The meeting sought to bring together civil society organisations in Maputo working on gender issues to formalise into an Alliance network, operating at national level; to strategise for Mozambique to anchor the Lusophone Alliance Network ahead of the Heads of States Summit that will be held in Angola August 2011.

July 12, 2011 Themes: Protocol
Programs: Research | SADC Gender Protocol & Alliance

Simplified SADC Gender Protocol – Portuguese

Simplified version of the SADC Gender Protocol in Portuguese