Publications

We want to make available to you all documents, reports, documentaries, videos and other methodological tools with which we contribute to improve the health of Mozambicans.

Health Map of Maputo. Characterization of the Health Services Delivery System.

A characterization of the health services of the city of Maputo that uses the methodology of Geographic Information System (GIS) to locate, describe and study the relationships between the different aspects (coverage, type of services, population, etc.) that make up the municipal health network.
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Matola Health Map. Characterization of the Health Services Delivery System

A characterization of the health services of the municipality of Matola that uses the methodology of Geographic Information System (GIS) to locate, describe and study the relationships between the different aspects (coverage, type of services, population, etc.) that make up the municipal health network.
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Training Manual - Contribution of anthropology to Public Health: a focus on Safe Motherhood, HIV and AIDS programs.

A training manual for health technicians in basic anthropological aspects in the field of public health. Training recognized and implemented by the Training Department of the Ministry of Health of Mozambique.
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Master Plan 2015-2019 of the city of Maputo

A municipal health plan of the city of Maputo that includes the objectives, results and activities to be carried out by the municipality and the necessary budget. The plan has been officially approved by the Municipal Council and endowed with municipal public budget.
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Clean public spaces - Maputo

A video of health promotion prepared in collaboration with the Municipal Council of Maputo to raise awareness among the population about the importance of municipal hygiene for Public Health.
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Training Course on PHC (Pedagogical Technical Dossier, Facilitator's Guide, Trainer's Manual and Curriculum Plan)

A course on PHC prepared by medicusmundi and recognized by the Training Department of the Ministry of Health. Currently implemented as an extracurricular module in the Training Centers and the ISCISA.
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