As in many African countries, pollution has become a big problem in Mozambique. The impact of inadequate trash disposal is visible along the coast. Environmentalist Carlos Serra Junior decided something had to be done.
Instead of selling fruits at the market the members of Netos de Bandim dance group, dance to finance their education. Ector Diógenes Cassamá came up with this brilliant idea 16 years ago of combining traditional dances and education. Since then, his project has worked out and grown bigger and better.
Locals in a fishing town in Mozambique are paying the price for the expected gas boom. Mozambique is tipped to become world’s third largest exporter of natural gas. What about residents who feel abandoned and forgotten?
Kika Materula spent most of her life studying music abroad. Back in Mozambique, she founded the Xiquitsi project in 2013. Its main purpose is to bring classical music to disadvantaged children. Xiquitsi is now working towards having the first symphonic orchestra in Mozambique.
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