More than 50 percent of Mozambicans living with HIV/Aids have access to treatment
South Africa-based multinational Sasol has spent US$300,000 equipping laboratories at four schools in Inhambane province.
The money has helped set up chemistry and physics laboratories in schools in the Govuro and Inhassoro districts.
The project aims to encourage students to specialise in Natural Science subjects.Source: TVM
Russia funds National School Meal Programme in Mozambique
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