Wona Sanana is a Mozambican non profit organisation operating in Mozambique since 2003. Their mission is to promote innovative initiatives that contribute to assure the comprehensive fulfilment of the rights and the holistic development of children by their family, community and state, with the participation of these children.
We started partnering in 2010 and Wona Sanana is currently implementing Aflatoun, Aflateen and Aflatot curricula. This partnership has helped Wona Sanana to expand the Social and Financial Education for children 3-5 years, 6-8 years and 10-16 years and their families through the integration of the Aflatoun in Early Childhood Development program, primary schools curricula in the country. The partnership also contributed to strengthening WS approaches and introduce methods centered on the child which also privilege the exploration of free activities, oriented, play with access to materials during learning.
In December 2020 we conducted a training on Aflateen+ programme for Wona Sanana staff members. The training was facilitated by Gertrudes Noronha, the coordinator at Rede DPI. Educators were equipped with the tools and skills necessary to deliver social and financial education with a special focus on gender-related topics.
Thanks to our dedicated trainers and teachers, we are able to deliver our Aflateen+ programme that is designed to provide the most vulnerable girls and boys around the world with life, social and financial skills. The programme especially aims at helping adolescent girls overcome material, social and cultural barriers, and transform their lives through life skills, financial and entrepreneurship education.