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Food security: Lobbying for the rights of people living with HIV to have sustainable livelihoods in Mozambique

A case study about churches speaking out for the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people

2008 Available in English

Out of a population of 21 million, 1.5 million people in Mozambique are living with HIV, including 100,000 children under the age of 14. Sustainable livelihoods are particularly important for people living with and affected by HIV.

This case study summarises how Tearfund partner Rede Crista, made up of affiliated churches across the ten provinces of the country, has lobbied for policy changes to ensure the rights of people living with HIV to health, livelihoods and food security.

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