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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Chemba District Hospital begins bi-weekly medicine requests after “Vozes” program

After months of concerns and a successful community mobilization during the “Vozes” program, conducted by Chemba Community Radio, which focused on the shortage of essential medicines, the Chemba District Hospital announced that the scarcity of fundamental medicines, such as paracetamol and coarten for the relief of fever, pain, and malaria treatment, has been reduced by switching to bi-weekly requests instead […]

“Vozes” program contributes to water supply in the Muatu community in Nampula

Abasse Pires, a resident of the Muatu community in the city of Nampula, endured a true nightmare in his quest for clean water. He and his neighbors faced a grueling and exhausting journey, walking more than 3 kilometers, for over an hour and a half each day, just to access the precious resource – water. The water scarcity in the […]

h2n selects 252 youths for the upcoming journey in Youth Accelerators

The selection process for entry into the Youth Accelerators, which took place between August 6th and September 8th, 2023, in collaboration with the h2n team and Community Radio partners, resulted in the qualification of 252 young individuals for the core phase of a 10-month training program, divided into 21 groups of 12 youths each. Out of the 1,631 applicants (788 […]

h2n joins forces with organizations to produce content to help coastal communities through the Feed The Future Resilient Coastal Communities (RCC) Project

h2n has joined the group of organizations implementing the Feed The Future Resilient Coastal Communities (RCC) project – Resilient Coastal Communities, spanning the coastal area between Mecúfi in Cabo Delgado and Pebane in Zambézia. The project aims to create sustainable livelihoods and long-term employment opportunities, especially for the youth and women in the coastal region. In this project, h2n’s main […]

Youth from 19 Community Radios in the Central and Northern regions graduate from Youth Accelerators

In a moment of celebration and achievement, 120 youths from the Youth Accelerators (AJs) of 19 community radios in the provinces of Nampula, Cabo Delgado, Niassa, and Zambezia have graduated over the past two weeks, completing the second cycle of the Youth Accelerators training program. The program focuses on youth development in radio journalism and social and behavioral skills. During […]

EPC Kuparata triumphs in Integrated Education Project football tournament

EPC Kuparata’s men and women teams emerged as the winners of the second phase of the 11-a-side football tournament under the Integrated Education Project, held in the coastal neighborhood of Paquitequete, located in Pemba, Cabo Delgado. The matches took place last Saturday (27/05) at Langua field. The competition featured EPC Kuparata’s women and men teams facing off against the Community […]

Journalists from 12 community radios in Nampula reflect on the role of the media in the electoral process

Journalists from community radio stations in Nampula are participating in a three-day reflection on the role of the media in the electoral process, organized by h2n. The provincial meeting aims to empower the 36 journalists with knowledge to better play their role during all phases of the electoral process in Mozambique. During the session on Ethics and Professional Deontology, José […]

Community radios satisfied with the partnership with h2n

The community radios from Nampula and Cabo Delgado provinces are participating, since last Wednesday (March 19th), in the V Leadership Conference, in Nampula and are expressing satisfaction with the existing partnership between the radio stations and h2n. In total there are 22 radios that during 3 days will reflect on the challenges and successes of the partnership, and share lessons […]

h2n launches Annual Media Gender Report 2022

h2n launches this Thursday, April 20, on the UP Maputo campus, the annual report on gender in the media, which addresses how gender aspects are portrayed in the context of the national press and highlights the importance of including the perspective of women in the media. According to Farida Ustá, director of the Asas project, the report seeks to illustrate […]

FIPAG and the Municipal Council in Chókwè fulfill promise to resolve lack of access to safe drinking water after RC Imacs program Voices exposes water problem

Community Radio (RC) Imacs, in Chókwè in Gaza province, held a program entitled Voices as part of the CRPIII project which discussed the lack of access to drinking water in the neighborhood called “Quarto Bairro” – in the city of Chókwè. After the program, which aired in October last year and was attended by Maurício Magule, Councillor of the Chókwè […]