Donate to Mozambican social institutions and contribute to the economic and social well-being of many families below the poverty line in Mozambique.
With your donation, you will be helping to meet basic needs such as food, clean water, access to education and medical care. Your contribution could save lives and help build a better future for many. If you have the availability, consider contributing to a social institution in Mozambique.
The poverty rate in Mozambique is estimated at around 58%, which means that more than half of the population lives below the poverty line. This reality is even more worrying in rural areas, where around 70% of the population lives below the poverty line.
Poverty in Mozambique is deeply linked to the lack of access to basic services, such as education, health, drinking water and sanitation. Most people in these areas do not have access to basic services and information needed to improve their lives. Furthermore, the lack of employment and economic development opportunities means that many people have to resort to informal work and low wages to survive.