Mobile Justice for Children initiative launched in Mozambique

Mobile Justice for Children initiative launched in Mozambique

On the eve of the start of this year's 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign, World Vision is excited about the launch of mobile state courts in northern Mozambique to help improve access to justice where distance, costs and other factors were previously a hindrance.

This initiative is set to help improve access to justice for underprivileged girls and boys, as well as other vulnerable groups.

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Armed conflict in northern Mozambique

Situation increasingly critical amongst displaced children, warns World Vision

Mozambique is at risk of being overwhelmed by a children's trauma crisis as thousands of girls and boys flee a brutal insurgency where they have witnessed traumatic events. More than 800,000 people have now fled their homes in Cabo Delgado in the north of the country, where non-state armed groups are brutalising the population with atrocities that are emotionally scarring children and leaving them as orphans. 

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World Vision Mozambique


Limited access to clean water and proper sanitation facilities, insufficient and/or irregular supplies of food and poor hygiene practices put many children at risk, physically, every day. At the same time, low literacy levels coupled with high rates of child abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence make it difficult for many children to live life to their fullest, achieve their dreams and prepare for their future.

Our teams of dedicated development professionals have been working in Mozambique since 1983 to build a better world for children, their families and their communities. We partner with parents, like-minded organizations, faith leaders and the government to address the underlying causes of poverty and injustice to build a better world for all children in Mozambique.

28.6 million

Population, total


Capital City

13.3 billion

GDP (current US$)