The project aims at improving the living conditions of orphans, half-orphans, and children from impoverished families through a day-care center where better nutrition, emotional care, educational support as well as financial support for vocational training are provided.
Mozambique is one of the poorest countries of the world, healthcare and educational systems are poorly developed, and unemployment is high. About 45 per cent of the population are illiterate, many youths are infected with HIV and child labor is common. The project supports two day-care centers for children from poor backgrounds. Children in need are directly supported by providing remedial teaching, regular meals and financial support. The project also supports activities that raise awareness for children’s rights and the responsibility of families and communities for their welfare. Crossing Borders support has helped to improve the quality of teaching, create new educational possibilities and erect a new school building.
How to support this project?
The project is looking for people willing to help selling calendars and memory books that are showcasing pictures that display the projects work. Companies can purchase bigger amounts and brand the products with their logo.
CPS Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood
Namaacha, Impaputo (Mozambique)