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Parliament and UNICEF Sign Partnership to Promote Children’s Rights

Parliament and UNICEF Sign Partnership to Promote Children’s Rights

A memorandum of understanding between the Mozambican Parliament and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was signed this Tuesday, November 29, in Maputo city, with the aim of strengthening the knowledge of Mozambican deputies on the rights and duties of children in Mozambique and in the world.

Cited by Radio Mozambique, the Secretary General of the Mozambican Parliament, Alfredo Nampete, noted that the memorandum is signed at a time when the rights of children are cyclically violated in the context of wars and natural disasters that have affected the country.

This way, “the Mozambican Parliament guarantees the implementation of actions aimed at defending and promoting children’s rights and duties in Mozambique”, he added.

UNICEF’s representative in Mozambique, Maria Luísa Fornara, said that the organization expects the Mozambican Parliament to ensure compliance with all existing international standards on children’s rights.

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