Education in Mozambique

Contents:

  1. General information and key indicators relevant to education
  2. The educational system
  3. Education in action

Accurate as of March 2013; unless indicated otherwise, the websites are all in English. Acknowledgement: Maeva Sokataly.          

 

NEWS ***  We are now working on a very exciting new project to support schools and education NGOs in Mozambique and around the world, first by giving them free exposure on our website (over 100,000 hits in the last two years). If you know any such schools/NGOs and would like to support them, please introduce them to us by writing to info@nuhafoundation.org. ***

      

General information and key indicators relevant to education

Mozambique in a nutshell     

  • Its capital is Maputo – another major city: Matola
  • A Portuguese-speaking country
  • Can be divided into 11 provinces

Statistics relating to education: see the data compiled by the UNESCO (as of 2010) and by UNICEF (up untill 2010).

The educational system : from primary school to university and continuing learning

Information on the educational system, from an historical point of view can be found @ Wikipedia

The most renowned public schools, universities and other educational institutions in Maputo are the following:

A list of universities all over Mozambique can be found @ Wikipedia.

Education in action  

A list of foreign NGOs actively operating in Mozambique can be found @ UNICEF. Of particular note:

Finally, other cool projects are under process for 2012…and beyond! Major field of intervention of the organisations are the following:

You can find the official database listing some of the ongoing projects in Mozambique (by activity/by donor) @ Odamoz.

 

NEWS ***  We are now working on a very exciting new project to support schools and education NGOs in Mozambique and around the world, first by giving them free exposure on our website (over 100,000 hits in the last two years). If you know any such schools/NGOs and would like to support them, please introduce them to us by writing to info@nuhafoundation.org. ***