KEY FACTS

    • World Relief's programs in Mozambique began in 1994.
    • Since 2009, more than 38,000 orphans and other vulnerable children have received care and support from World Relief's USAID-funded Child Survival Expanded Impact program.
    • 4,071 volunteer mothers have trained others on health issues including diarrhea, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and pneumonia.
    • 411 care groups and 138 village health committees have been formed.
    • 46 Community Health Workers (CHWs) have been identified and trained.
    • 45 health posts have been established.