Violence against Women in Mozambique (English)
This issue paper explores the linkages between Violence against Women (VAW), public security and health. The authors argue that VAW can only be addressed if sufficient attention is given to underlying gender issues in all relevant sectors. The paper presents the innovative inter-sectoral interventions adopted in Mozambique in response to VAW and concludes with recommendations for public investments and budget allocations to ensure their expansion and sustainability. "
Integrating gender responsive budgeting into the aid effectiveness agenda-Mozambique Report
This report presents the findings of a country review carried out in Mozambique by Nathalie Holvoet and Liesbeth Inberg under the programme"Integrating gender responsive budgeting into the aid effectiveness agenda" launched by UNIFEM and the European Commission (EC) in 2008. The report includes an overview of key development indicators and the aid management environment. In doing this, it focuses specifically on the development aid of two donors, i.e. the EC and Sweden (an important supplier of...