- General information and key indicators relevant to education
- The educational system
- Education in action
Accurate as of March 2013; unless indicated otherwise, the websites are all in English. Acknowledgement: Maeva Sokataly.
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
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:
- American International School of Mozambique
- Maputo International School
- Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (in Portuguese)
- Aga Khan Academy, which is set to open on 19 August 2013
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:
- Plan International, which is a UK-based organisation;
- The Department for International Development (DFID), which is the UK Development Agency;
- Save the Children, which is an American organisation;
- The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); and
- The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF).
Finally, other cool projects are under process for 2012…and beyond! Major field of intervention of the organisations are the following:
- Early childhood development @ World Bank and @ DFID
- Promoting higher education with the erasmus mundus program implemented by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republique of Mozambique @ EEAS
- Improving basic education quality @ UNICEF and @ CIDA
- Teaching the teachers @ Aga Khan Academies
- Emergency work @ Plan International
You can find the official database listing some of the ongoing projects in Mozambique (by activity/by donor) @ Odamoz.