Helping to make a world of difference

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If you would like to sponsor the Community Project for £10 per month, please click on the sponson button on the right. Your money will go directly towards purchasing mosquito nets and food parcels to be given to families in the community of Maputo and surrounding towns.

 

Once you decide to sponsor a project, you will receive a certificate of sponsorship and news updates on how your chosen project is progressing, and how it is making a difference to the lives of the people in Mozambique. Thanks for your support!

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An increasing number of mothers are approaching the babyhouse asking for food parcels to feed their children. Project Moz are keen to support donations of food parcels to families, as often the reason babies and children are abandoned is due simply to the inability to provide for their basic needs.

 

By supporting parents who have very little with the provision of food parcels we hope to give hope and a solution to those who may otherwise feel incapable of continuing to care for their own children.

 

Community Project

Food Parcels for Families

Project Moz supports families within the communities of the surrounding areas of Matola, Mozambique.  They do this buy providing sponsorship to pay for food parcels and mosquito nets to be delivered to members of communities when needed.  Project Moz have also recently set up a new project called the 'Shine' course which is intended to educate local women on encouraging independence and their self worth.  You can support all of these areas: Food Parcels, Mosquito Nets and the Shine Course by sponsoring the Community Project for £10 a month.  Every single penny will go towards these causes.  You can find out more infortmation on each area below.

Mosquito Nets

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Malaria is the second leading cause of death from infectious diseases in Africa, after HIV/AIDS, with children aged 0 to 5 being at greatest risk (WHO, 2011). The use of an insecticide-treated mosquito net will give overnight protection to those sleeping under them. UNICEF estimate that the use of these nets reduce overall child mortality  by 20 percent.

 

Money given to this project will be used to purchase mosquito nets that will be handed out to families within the community of matola, and surrounding areas.

 

The 'Shine' Course for women

The 'Shine' course was created by Hillsong Church and  was recently endorsed by the Institute of Group Leaders. The course for women is a personal development and group mentoring tool that encourages women to gain a greater understanding of their worth and sense of purpose in life. The course has been run  for over 15 years and in over 30 nations, with a highly positive response from participants.

The key objectives of the course are to equip women to:

 •Identify themselves as valuable with something to contribute

 •Build their confidence and understanding of intrinsic value

 •Develop respect and boundaries in relationships

 •Understand they are able to have a positive influence in their world

 •Identify personal desires and strengths to motivate them to set and achieve personal goals

The course will be run for small groups of women in the community of Matola, over a period of nine weekly sessions. If the women feel the course has had a positive impact on their lives, they will be able to invite a friend to join a future course.  

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Project Moz is a registered charity No. 1135209.  Registered address: PO Box 471, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 9QE

 

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