Progress and challenges

In Mozambique, children now have a much better opportunity to learn than before. Today, 100 per cent of the children are enrolled in primary school, up from 69 per cent in 2003.

Since the mid-1990s, following a long civil conflict which dealt a serious blow to the education infrastructure, the education system has rapidly expanded to accommodate the vast number of children requiring admission. School fees for primary education were abolished in 2005.

In spite of these great strides to expand access to schools, much remains to be done to improve the quality of education in the classroom.

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