Strengthening CSO Capacity in Mozambique  
 
CAP Mozambique has helped dozens of Mozambican civil society organizations (CSOs) working in the HIV/AIDS sector meet rigorous organizational and performance standards. Since 2009, the USAID/PEPFAR-funded project's signature approach has engaged organizations as leaders in shaping their own growth and development. CAP Mozambique balances promoting ownership over change with fostering the high standards necessary to improve credibility and independence. In addition to improving their effectiveness in implementation, participating CSOs also strengthen the core internal governance, financial and HR management, and project oversight systems that are essential for continued impact. They are also challenged to develop their ability to adapt to change. In this way, CAP Mozambique contributes to the development of a core of organizations that can sustain positive growth.
 
By facilitating a systematic, responsive process, CAP Mozambique supports an organization's preparation to play a more significant role as an advocate, an implementer and an innovator. All grantees, through intensive, tailored TA and mentoring, are given the opportunity to become more competent, credible and effective; only top-performing organizations graduate. The following graduates have proven they have the capacity to play an increasingly significant role in their nation's campaign against HIV.
 
If considering partnering with any of these organizations, please contact Hayley Bryant, hbryant@fhi360.org.
  

AMME (Associação Moçambicana Mulher e Educação)

Focus: Education, Gender, Health, Behavior Change Communication
Area of operation: Zambezia province
Target Populations: Youth (ages 12-20), parents, teachers, school councils, community leaders
Graduated in 2012

Fact Sheet (English) | Fact Sheet (Português) | Success Story
  

ANDA (Associação Nacional para o Desenvolvimento Auto-sustentado)

Focus: Health, Education, Human Rights and Governance
Area of operation: Manica province
Target populations: Women, children and girls living in extreme poverty in rural and suburban areas
Graduated in 2014

Fact Sheet (English) | Fact Sheet (Português) | Success Story
  

CCM Sofala (Conselho Cristao de Moçambique – Delegação de Sofala)

Focus: Health, Sanitation, Emergency Response, Gender, Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC)
Area of operation: Sofala province
Target populations: People living with HIV/AIDS, OVC, pregnant women, infants, chronically bedridden patients, youth and married couples
Graduated in 2013

Fact Sheet (English) | Fact Sheet (Português) | Success Story 
 

ECoSIDA (Associação dos Empresários Contra o SIDA)

Focus: Health Advocacy
Area of operation: All provinces
Target populations: Private sector companies and thier employees in Mozambique
Graduated in 2013

Success Story
  

NAFEZA (Nucleo das Associações Femininas da Zambézia)

Focus: Gender, Human Rights, Governance, Health, Micro-Finance
Area of operation: Zambezia province
Target Populations: Women and men, young adults (18-25), people living with HIV, OVC, community leaders, government institutions
Graduated in 2014

Fact Sheet (English) | Fact Sheet (Português)

 
N'weti (Comunicação para Saúde)

Focus: Health, Gender
Area of operation: All provinces
Graduated in 2012

Fact Sheet (English) | Fact Sheet (Português) | Success Story
  

Ophavela (Associação Para o Desenvolvimento Sócio-Económico)

Focus: Micro-finance, Health, Gender, Environment
Area of operation: Nampula province, Niassa province
Target populations: Low-income persons including farmers, merchants, vulnerable women, others excluded from the financial system in rural and peri-urban areas; community leaders; national and international partners
Graduated in 2014

Fact Sheet (English) | Fact Sheet (Português)