Mozambique - Projects

Project title

Start date

End date


Including the Excluded: Action against the worst forms of child labour through education networking

01 January 2003

30 April 2006


Objective: The main objective of the project is to contribute to the elimination of child labour through mainstreaming of child labour in education policies, plans and programmes at both global and national levels. The project facilitates global and national dialogues and provides technical assistance and policy advice to governments, teachers and other key actors. The project also engages actively in strengthening national, regional and global knowledge base on the education challenges and opportunities through direct support efforts to explore and strengthen education service delivery to child labourers and children at risk.


Combating the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Lusophone Countries in Africa

01 January 2006

28 February 2011


Objective: The overall objective of this project is to contribute to the prevention of the exploitation of child labourers. It aims to increase the knowledge and awareness about the Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL) in Angola, Cape Verde and Mozambique and to improve the capacity of national institutions to address this issue. It will also develop and document a pilot educational intervention. Finally, it plans that a total of 200 girls and boys will be withdrawn from entering child labour by the end of the project.