Great entertainment and topics of social interest ruled the day when “Radio in the Street” came to the EPC of Nhambita.
More importantly, local young people, their parents and their guardians came together to celebrate the moment and discuss topics that have a critical impact on the local community.
Climate change throughout the world and its impact on Sofala province, which is often affected by cyclones, led to discussions about environmental conservation and its importance for the community and sanitation. Early marriage, which contributes to the dropout of many girls in school, was another important conversation.
Visitors were welcomed with songs and dances performed by Girls’ Club members and the Program for the Integral Development of Preschool Children. Moments of entertainment included reading contests for the students and a special ballon game where each participant received kits of school supplies, including a backpack, notebooks, pencils and other materials.
Radio in the Street was carried out by Radio Mozambique in partnership with Gorongosa National Park and the Children’s Parliament and Television of Mozambique.