Progress, Challenges and Perspectives in Mozambique Today

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Harry B. Reid (Editor)

Series: Political, Economic and Security Issues of Africa
BISAC: POL053000

Grounded in several investigations conducted in the Mozambican school context, this compilation presents conclusions and reflections about academic procrastination processes among Mozambican students.
Following this, the authors aim to build the Extension Data Collection and Analysis System, which is theoretically based on system theory and operationalized as an information system by georeferenced databases housed in the GIS web platform.
The predominant health challenges in Mozambique are explored, including as natural disasters, lack of resources, the HIV epidemic and cultural factors.
In closing, the authors aim to determine the rate of dental caries in children ages 6 and 12 in Mozambique. Clinical examinations were performed by calibrated examiners using World Health Organization, DMFT and DMFT indexes.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Educational Challenges in Mozambique: The Plague of Academic Procrastination
(Paula Magalhães, Pedro Rosário, Celso Fulano, Sonia Fuentes, Isabel Hougane and José Carlos Núñez, Escola de Psicologia, Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 2. Information System and the Management of the National System of Rural Extension in Mozambique
(José Norberto Muniz, PhD, Odair Lacerda Lemos DS, Jaquionias F. N. Castro, Rogério M. C. Jamice and Otávia T. M. Sala, DS, Senior Adviser, Agência Brasileira de Cooperação, Brasília, DF, Brazil, and others)

Chapter 3. The Context Health-Disease and Pain in Mozambique
(Karen dos Santos Ferreira, PhD, Mario Angelo Cenedesi Junior, MD, João Schwalbach, MD, and Maria Teresa Schwalbach, MD, Neurologist, Suroit Hospital, Quebec, Canada, and others)

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