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Insitec: Empowering the Women of Mozambique, By Celso Correia

Celso Correia is the founder and chairman of Insitec, which on July 12, 2012, partnered with Fórum Mulher to present a national symposium to consider women’s rights, gender equality, and the inclusion and exclusion of women in Mozambique’s economy.

Correia addressed the day-long gathering of business people, academics, and political and social agents, who discussed the ways in which women, who make up 52 percent of Mozambique’s population, are excluded from participating in the economic and political life of the country, and strategized about solutions for improving the situation.

Fórum Mulher, a network of women’s associations and organizations, institutions, and donors, was founded in 1994 to coordinate activities related to promoting equality, justice, and power for the women of Mozambique.

Insitec’s participation in the symposium illustrates the company’s commitment to help Mozambique rise to a position of greater importance and influence in the world and to empower the country’s people and assist them in achieving their goals.

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