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MOZAMBIQUE

In Mozambique 54% of the inhabitants live beneath the threshold of poverty. The Salvatorians have been present in Mozambique since March 2005, in Chókwè (province of Gaza) and Maputo, the capital. The Salvatorians organise training seminars to develop among the population a critical conscience about faith and about important questions such as unemployment, hunger, domestic violence, justice, and peace.

Project 1 -  Training of catechists

THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED

 

The Salvatorian family is formed of Fathers and Brothers, Sisters and Laity.

  

Location:

 Mozambique, Chókwè

Sector:

Pastoral

Beneficiaries:

70 partecipants (Direrct beneficiaries ); 2 pariishes- 34 chapels- 160.000 inhabitants.

Objective:

To train the catechists in human and Christian values for the promotion of the local church. To develop among the population a critical conscience with regard to social questions such as unemployment, hunger, violence and ecology.

Activity:

To organise training programmes for the laity, centred on catechesis, justice and peace.