16 September 2017 - Maputo, a 17-year-old, albino boy was killed and his brain removed for what is believed to be used in witchcraft in Mozambique, local news reports said.

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2 septembre 2016 – L'Experte indépendante des Nations Unies sur l'exercice des droits humains des personnes atteintes d'albinisme, Ikponwosa Ero, a déclaré vendredi que, malgré les progrès dans la lutte contre les crimes visant ces personnes au Mozambique, leur situation reste précaire car les autorités n'ont pas encore identifié et arrêté les responsables de ces crimes.

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2 September 2016 – A United Nations human rights expert today said that despite all the success in tackling crimes against persons with albinism in Mozambique, their situation remains precarious as the authorities have yet to identify and arrest the masterminds behind such crimes.

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11 April 2016 - Carlota Domingos* has experienced more than her young age might suggest. At only sixteen, Carlota has already married, become pregnant, dropped out of school and divorced – all in the course of one year.

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BEIRA, 09 April 2016 - Despite improvements in education access, many rural children are still pressed into work to supplement family income.

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MAPUTO, 8 December 2015 - Mozambique has one of the highest child marriage prevalence rates worldwide (48%), with nearly 1 in 2 girls in Mozambique getting married before her 18th birthday.

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MAPUTO, 14 May 2015 - The Mozambican government hopes to build or rehabilitate in the coming period 38,000 classrooms, which should be enough to end the dilemma of pupils who are obliged to study in the open air.

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Le Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD) organise, le 9 juillet prochain, un séminaire de haut niveau sur les politiques d'emploi des jeunes en Afrique.

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South Africa has been identified as a major human-trafficking destination for victims from within the country, the region and beyond, yet there is no legislation that specifically criminalises human trafficking and protects victims.

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Poor school performance in Mozambique may be due in large measure to the fact that most Mozambican children have had no access to pre-school education.

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