“The construction of a knowledge society is essential if we pretend to address the social, economic and cultural development of Mozambique in a competitive and challenging international context”

Daniel David

Opinion article published in the portuguese newspaper Observador on November 29th, 2018 In Africa, we have the demographic dividend necessary to capitalize on change, but in order to do so we must guarantee our young people the conditions and opportunities they need According to the World Bank's latest...

Every nation’s process of economic and social development begins with a fundamental premise: the eradication of poverty. In the African context, one of the key ways to reduce poverty rates significantly is promoting gender equality, not only as a condition, but as a powerful driver...

The future prosperity and social and economic well-being of any country and the world in general depends, among other things, on the capacity they exhibit to successfully and sustainably promote a dynamic entrepreneurial spirit that incorporates innovation as one of its guiding principles. International evidence shows...

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda, adopted by the United Nations on September 25th 2015, are inspired by the noble purpose of ending poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring sustainable and universal prosperity. The African continent is no stranger to these goals. However,...

Mozambique is a young democracy that in recent decades has carried out several projects in key areas such as health, education, energy and infrastructure, with the ultimate goal of boosting its sustainable development and ensuring our people’s social well-being and integrity. In this context, I have...