CNV Mozambique (National Volunteer Council of Mozambique)

Associate

CNV Mozambique (National Volunteer Council of Mozambique)

CNV Mozambique (National Volunteer Council of Mozambique)

Associate
CNV Mozambique (National Volunteer Council of Mozambique)

CNV Mozambique (National Volunteer Council of Mozambique)

Associate
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The National Volunteer Council (CNV) is a non-profit network of civil society organisations recognised by the government as a valid platform and interlocutor for all entities and people who carry out and promote volunteering in Mozambique. CNV has more than 150 member organisations across the country that work in different sectors but whose missions directly contribute to the promotion of volunteering in Mozambique. Most member organisations are community-based, based on faith and youth. The network is made up of national and international volunteering organisations, with VSO and the Red Cross among the many CNV members.

CNV works for a Mozambican society where volunteering is assumed by everyone as a civic duty and recognised as a driving factor for the country's development, in a favourable and encouraging environment for volunteers. In order to achieve this vision, CNV is active in the following areas:

  • Influencing the government and other relevant actors. The most significant result of this effort was the  establishment of the Law of Volunteering and its regulation in Mozambique. 
  • Involving volunteers from all over the country to carry out actions with an impact on development, with emphasis on responses to natural disasters, celebration of IVD and other relevant SDG related dates.
  • Supporting member organisations in the implementation of their projects, for example, the identification and mobilisation of volunteers, beneficiaries and other key employees, as well as coordinating with the government.
  • Strengthening volunteers’ capability through training opportunities and other support mechanisms.

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