Mozambique

Science Granting Council

Summary

The mission of the FNI is: "To promote the dissemination of scientific knowledge, scientific research, technological innovation and the training of researchers, contributing, in particular, to the reduction of poverty in the country and, in general, to the socio-economic development of Mozambique".

Council details

Funding Call : Public sector Engagement

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Impact we’re having

Low-tech health app engages

Five years after its launch, PENSA – a mobile app developed in Mozambique— has been accessed by…

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SGCI funded projects

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