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As part of its Social Responsibility Policy, the Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) donated this Wednesday, December 15, 2021 , two tons of various food products and hygiene and cleaning materials to the Luana Sowing Smiles Cooperative (COLUAS).

The initiative, which is part of the Solidarity Christmas celebrations, aims to strengthen the response capacity of the cooperative in assisting children, most of them with motor disabilities. For Salim Valá, Chairman of the Board of Directors of BVM, this support reaffirms the commitment of the Exchange with social welfare, particularly for the neediest groups.

"The Exchange is concerned not only with financial inclusion, but also with social inclusion, geographic inclusion, gender inclusion, and particularly of these children who face difficulties. As part of our policy, we have been carrying out these actions, some more visible and some not, always supporting social projects and, consequently, extending the hope of children. It is something that is here to stay and we will continue.
For her part, Benilde Mourana, founder of the Luana Sow Smiles Cooperative, thanked the gesture and said that the initiative will contribute to alleviate the shortcomings in the care of children, aggravated especially by the pandemic context in which we live.

"The fact that they chose our children to hug this holiday season is gratifying. Unfortunately, our children don't have as much contact with the outside, because of the pandemic, and being able to have this moment and this joy is paying off. And that is reflected in the look and the smile of each of these children," noted Mourana. BVM provided a different afternoon to the kids and, besides the entertainment (music and dance), offered a lunch.

The Luana Sow Smiles Cooperative is a non-profit organization formed by a group of women whose children have some kind of disability and supports 85 children aged between 5 and 15 years, and with different types of disabilities.

At present, the cooperative has a day care center that welcomes disabled children free of charge, many of them from poor families. A large number of these children are children of COLUAS collaborators and the rest are children from the neighborhood where COLUAS is located and surrounding neighborhoods.

The day care center is open every day, from 8 am to 4 pm, and offers educational recreational activities for the children, such as painting, and trips to various places in order to integrate them into society. It provides psychological support for the children and their mothers, physiotherapy and occupational therapy, with the aim of providing a better quality of life for the little ones.

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