Who we are

  • Fraternity Without Borders is a UK registered charity caring for one of the poorest regions of the world: Mozambique.


    Our main target is to assist orphaned and/or vulnerable children, many with HIV.


    Since 2009 we have been providing clear water, food, education, cultural activities and basic healthcare to more than 9000 vulnerable children and vulnerable elderly people in our 23 community centres

Why Mozambique?

  • 54% of the population lives below the national poverty line

    more than 70% of poor households live in rural areas

    63% of rural children live in absolute poverty

    it is estimated that over 2 million orphans live in Mozambique, and up to a quarter of the total is due to HIV/AIDS.

What are we doing to help?

We are working to provide clean water

  • We have built 9 wells and want more.

    Our goal is to build 17 more wells, so each community centre will have access to clean water for all to use.

    One wells can easily help more than 2000 people

What are we doing to help?

We are working to improve malnutrition

  • Families often rely on seeds and starchy roots with low nutritional value as their only source of nourishment

    More than 209,000 meals are provided every month in our purpose-built community centres

What are we doing to help?

We are working to improve healthcare

  • Medical and dental missions are organized twice a year for exams, treatments and emergency care. Toilets are key investments in our community centres to promote good hygiene habits and prevent diseases.

What are we doing to help?

We are promoting cultural sustainability

  • We respect and incentive the customs and traditions of the people of Mozambique.

    Dance, music and visual arts enrich the daily activities of the community centres.

What are we doing to help?

We are giving free vocational courses

  • The ‘Dreaming without Borders’ vocational project provides technical courses in electrical, hydraulics, construction, makeup, hairdressing,and many more.

    This new project is benefiting 112 adolescents in our community centre in Muzumuia. Our goal is to set-up equipped class- rooms in all of our 23 community centres