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How and what we are supporting

The local vocational school in Mozambique teaches young Mozambicans to become craftsmen, bricklayers, electricians and bartenders. The training professions are now to be expanded to include cooks and kitchen assistants, as there is a demand for skilled workers. But so far a training kitchen with appropriate equipment and teachers is missing.

Our foundation has set itself the task of building and equipping a complete kitchen for the vocational school. In addition, we plan to send trained specialists from Germany to Mozambique after completion of the building. They will train the teachers there for the new lessons and help out with the elaboration of the lesson contents.

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Facts and Impressions

The project is currently in the process of obtaining financing and building permits.

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The Location

Vilankulo is a coastal town in Mozambique, located in the northern part of Inhambane province, with a population of 135,710. Since 2018, Vilankulo has been the first municipality in Mozambique to have a friendship treaty with the German city of Aalen. The province of Inhambane has a high potential in tourism. The main attraction is the Bazaruto archipelago. The group of islands off the coast of Mozambique in the Indian Ocean is part of the 1,400 m² Bazaruto National Park, one of the largest marine protected areas in Africa.

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The FDC is a private, non-profit organization in Mozambique that works to unite the efforts of all sectors of society with the goal of promoting development, democracy and social justice. FDC has implemented and supported a wide range of activities in the priority areas of education, health, food security and income generation, water and sanitation, and HIV/AIDS, with a particular focus on vulnerable groups such as women and children.