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Esmabama Association

Education

Training

Health

Estaquinha

Situated near the river Bùzi, this mission has a strong farming and zootechnical potentialha , but it needs further investments.

Estaquinha

Mangunde

Far from the main communication network, it is a oasis with health and education services for thousands of people.

Mangunde

Barada

Situated on the sea, a few miles from Beira, it accomodates dozens of orphans and reducing the urbanization of the shantytowns.

Barada

Machanga

Situated on the estuary of the Save, it accomodates hundreds of children who survive thanks to salt pits and small trades with the islands.

Machanga

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ESMABAMA (Est. 1992) acquired official non-profit status through the Mozambican Nonprofit Association in 1994.

 

Esmabama (or EsMaBaMa) is an acronym derived from the first two letters of the names of the four Missions located in the south of the province of Sofala (Estaquinha, Machanga, Barada and Mangunde). After being nationalized in 1976, Sofala province suffered sixteen years of war and neglect by the government.
Esmabama aims to rebuild the four Missions in order to reorganize schools, boarding schools and health centers, while ensuring a relative economic independence through agricultural and livestock development activities. The idea of the program was born soon after the Peace Accords of 1992, as part of a reflection of the Archdiocese of Beira with the intention of giving an answer of the Church, integrating social and pastoral aspects and make a real contribution to the reconstruction and reconciliation in the country.