The project staff of Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project in Inhambane overjoyed at the arrival of the ambulances, which will be a critical component in reducing maternal child mortality.

Representatives from leadership structures – provincial and district – who were on hand  as part of the ceremony of 3 ambulances being delivered to 3 districts where the Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project has concentrated programming support for women and child health.

Report from Lidia Mondlane, Mozambique Director, Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project,  December 21st, 2018

“I am sharing at this moment the images of the delivery of the ambulances, by His Excellency the Governor of the Province of Inhambane, to the Administrators of Zavala, Morrumbene and Vilanculo. This ceremony took place today, December 21, 2018, at 8:00 a.m. The following were present: Permanent Secretary of Inhambane Province; Members of the Provincial Government, Administrators of the Province of Inhambane, and Members of Parliament.

The project partner in Mozambique was represented by the Inhambane Provincial Director of Health, members of the provincial government, and the collective  of the Director of Heath for the province.

See the Canadian Insignia on the back door drivers side – the partnership that has been developed Mozambique-Canada.

The  Governor of the Province of Inhambane highly praised the Mozambique-Canada Maternal Health Project, with many thanks to the Mozambique Canada partnership.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS, that the year 2019 brings us better opportunities for success and progress in our Project work”