Chapter 1: Poverty in Mozambique

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

CHAPTER 1: POVERTY IN MOZAMBIQUE

CHAPTER 2: THE DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT

CHAPTER 3: CHILD SURVIVAL AND DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 4: EDUCATION AND CHILDREN’S RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 5: CHILD PROTECTION

CHAPTER 6: CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES

1. Introduction
2. Gender
2.1. Gender aspects of poverty
      in Mozambique

2.2. Gender development and
      gender empowerment

2.3. Gender disparities
2.4. Gender issues in education
2.5. Violence, abuse and
      exploitation

2.6. Lineage systems
2.7. HIV and gender
2.8. Conclusions
3. Geographical disparities
3.1. Disparities in budgetary
      allocations

3.2. Disparities in health
3.3. Disparities in access to
      education

3.4. Disparities in relation to
      child protection

3.5. Conclusions
4. HIV and AIDS
4.1. Profile of the HIV epidemic
      in Mozambique

4.2. Priority actions for children in
      relation to HIV and AIDS

4.3. P1 – Primary prevention
4.4. P2 – Prevention of mother-to-child
      transmission of HIV

4.5. P3 – Paediatric AIDS
4.6. P4 – Protecting orphans and
      vulnerable children affected by AIDS

4.7. Nutrition and HIV
4.8. Conclusions
5. Environmental issues and
      climate change

5.1. Environmental issues
      in Mozambique

5.2. Sustainable development
      in Mozambique

5.3. Impact of environmental
      degradationand emergencies on
      children in Mozambique

5.4. The institutional context
5.5. Conclusions
6. Communication for Development
6.1. Mass media development
      in Mozambique

6.2. The changing role of the media:
      communication for development and
      community mobilisation

6.3. Promising initiatives in
      Mozambican media

6.4. Child-friendly networks
      and partnerships

6.5. Information deprivation
6.6. Conclusions
References
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