association h2n (h2n) is a mozambican non-governmental organization that offers innovative programs to expand community-based communication; works to disseminate effective messages for the promotion of public health; endeavors to promote gender equality; encourages youth engagement; facilitates civic participation; and supports early childhood development. h2n also works to improve health reporting in the media, promote inclusive media and aid the adoption and use of audiovisual tools and digital communication technologies.

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As more and more songs from the “Juntos Somos + Fortes” initiative are being played on radio, television and social media, many people are starting to learn the songs and sing along with them. The initiative is part of a broader Covid-19 communication campaign funded by Norway and features Mozambican musicians singing songs with coronavirus prevention messages in local languages.

In response to a request from MISAU, and in order to aid social distancing efforts, Midia Lab and h2n now stream live feeds from the ministry’s daily press briefings and produce the images that Mozambican television stations use in their news broadcasts. The television images go out via TV Cabo, whereas the live feed goes directly to Facebook over the

Over the last two weeks, h2n has held annual leadership conferences for community radio station coordinators and other personnel in the north, central and southern regions. When these conferences first started several years ago, they took place in Nampula and only covered the northern provinces, but this year three separate conferences were held in Maputo, Beira and Nampula (and were

  During a visit to the three Mozambican organizations h2n, Midia Lab and TV Surdo yesterday, HRH Crown Prince Haakon of Norway recorded a statement on disability rights, which was broadcast on STV and social media later on the same day. The visit was part of the program for the Crown Prince’s ongoing official two-day visit to Mozambique and reflects the

On 5 December 2019 evening, musicians, singers, poets and other artists gathered at Fundação Fernando Leite Couto to celebrate inclusion in the arts and the use of braille and sign language in cultural expression. “IncluArte is a manifestation of artistry, emotion and inclusion,” said Enia Lipanga, the main organizer of the event. Enia is a program assistant at h2n,

At the sixth annual Mozambican technology fair, Moztech, which took place at the Katembe 3D Arena over the last few days under the theme “Digital Transformation – Challenges for a New Era”, the Xipalapala online platform for community radio messaging won first prize in the business startup challenge, a competition of new technology business ideas and initiatives. Xipalapala is a