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Shots of us driving through the streets of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique
15 Jan 2008
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Today it's all smiles, sweetness and flowers but these Mozambican children want to show the dignitaries what they know about the hard realities of life around them: Children can and do get AIDS they agree but that doesn't mean you don’t play with them. That’s what they’re learning from the Kindlimuka association. And they know because the members themselves live with HIV everyday. Rima Salah Deputy Executive Director "It is so important. You see we have hundreds of children today with us and they are equipped. Knowledge is so important. We can not prevent the deadly disease of AIDS if children and young people don't have the knowledge" These children are just play acting out what it means to discriminate against AIDS orphans, but it’s everywhere and all around them at this school alone 10 percent of the children are orphans. And this is the real thing, real tears from a young girl who recently lost both her parents: Azuzena Martinis Fernando, 11 (Portuguese) "I live with my aunt, my uncle and one of my cousins." My father was away in South Africa working and he came back and he was already sick and my mother then got sick and they both died. Within a year of each other both her mum and dad were gone. Azuzena Martinis Fernando, 11 (Portuguese) "It got better because they support me. And they play with me." Now she gets by with a lot of help from her friends. The importance of supporting orphans like Azuzena is what's brought many dignitaries to Mozambique to make a song and dance about the importance of doing much more. Can anybody be more vulnerable than a child without a mother upsound: Nico Scholton, president of AWEPA. And if the projection rates are right about the spread of HIV / AIDS in Mozambique - now at 16 percent of the population - a lot more children are going to be a lot more vulnerable in the future.
7 Mar 2008
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We filmed this on vacation in Mozambique, a couple of locals doing some backflips launching each other untill one of the backflips didn't quite go according to plan, watch the kid makes as if it doesn't hurt after the backflip
1 May 2008
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Almost five centuries as a Portuguese colony came to a close with independence in 1975. Large-scale emigration by whites, economic dependence on South Africa, a severe drought, and a prolonged civil war hindered the country's development until the mid 1990's. The ruling Front for the Liberation of Mozambique (FRELIMO) party formally abandoned Marxism in 1989, and a new constitution the following year provided for multiparty elections and a free market economy. A UN-negotiated peace agreement between FRELIMO and rebel Mozambique National Resistance (RENAMO) forces ended the fighting in 1992. In December 2004, Mozambique underwent a delicate transition as Joaquim CHISSANO stepped down after 18 years in office. His elected successor, Armando Emilio GUEBUZA, promised to continue the sound economic policies that have encouraged foreign investment. Mozambique has seen very strong economic growth since the end of the civil war largely due to post-conflict reconstruction. ********www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/mz.html
6 Jul 2008
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Drummer and professor of Percussion Dafnis Prieto demonstrates a basic rhythmic element of Cuban music – the intricate and challenging Mozambique rhythm – and shows how this rhythm builds upon the basic conga clave.
6 Nov 2008
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Nigerian Coach Shaibu Amodu discuss on Nigeria Vs Mozambique upcoming match 2010 World Cup Qualifiers
14 Oct 2009
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Studio Analysts Discuss Nigeria vs Mozambique 2010 WCQ & ANC Qualifiers(half-time & after the match ends)
14 Oct 2009
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Mozambique coach Mart Nooij is relishing the opportunity to cause a stir at the African Nations Cup and insists his side will play their own game *******livesoccerhighlights****/
16 Jan 2010
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*******budurl****/WatchLiveSoccer Mozambique coach Mart Nooij will be hoping that his side can register its first ever African Nations Cup victory when they take on Benin in their first group stage game on Tuesday. Watch the match live and online inside our dedicated members area at watchfootballnow****. The Mambas have managed just one draw from nine games in their previous three appearances in the competition and while they are not expected to progress to the quarter finals this time around, Nooij will be aware that his side has a great chance to cause an upset should they collect all three points on Tuesday with Egypt clashing with Nigeria in the other game. Mozambique qualified for their first African Nations Cup competition in more than 12 years thanks to a shock 1-0 win over Tunisia.
13 Jan 2010
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UNICEF's Kyle O'Donogue reports on Mozambique's successful anti-malaria camapaign.
5 May 2010
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Portugal vs Mozambique June 8 2010 *******OnlineFootballBuzz**** International Friendly Preview
6 Jun 2010
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UNICEF correspondent Shantha Bloemen reports on a concert for child rights in commemoration of the Day of the African Child in Mozambique.
22 Jun 2010
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UNICEF correspondent Shantha Bloemen reports on a concert for child rights in commemoration of the Day of the African Child in Mozambique.
22 Jun 2010
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UNICEF's Kyle O'Donague reports on Community Led Sanitation in Mozambique.
22 Jun 2010
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UNICEF correspondent Shantha Bloemen reports on a concert for child rights in commemoration of the Day of the African Child in Mozambique.
28 Jun 2010
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UNICEF correspondent Shantha Bloemen reports on a concert for child rights in commemoration of the Day of the African Child in Mozambique.
28 Jun 2010
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