Transitex Continues Its Support to Social Project Escolinha Kutsaca

  • In 2016, Transitex supported the Escolinha Kutsaca (Little School Kutsaca) project by making a donation for the construction of a new school. The project, developed in the impoverished village of Mahungo, Gaza Province, Mozambique, aims to promote the social and personal skills of pre-school children, as well as complementing extracurricular activities for the development of children from 6 to 9 years of age.

    Now, in 2017, Transitex sponsored two children from the village of Mahungo: Adelina and Álvaro, who are both only 4 years old, but already attend the school that Transitex helped to build. We have received messages from the two of them, which we now share in part with you:



    "Hello Dear Godparents,

    I am Adelina, I am 4 years old and I go to school since the beginning.

    My birthday is the 18th of September. I live with my father, my mother and some of my 10 brothers and sisters.


    It was not easy for me to adapt to the school at the beginning, I did not understood Portuguese and I am very shy.

    I still speak more in Xangana, my local dialect, but I already speak Portuguese and now I love to go to school!

    I love to paint and draw!

    Thank you for helping me build my story!"



    "Hello Dear Godparents,

    I am Alvaro, I'm 4 years old and I've been going to school since the beginning.

    My birthday is the 13th of October. I live with my Father Rogério, who is a Guard, my Mother and my 4 siblings.

    I am a little shy, but I love learning and going to school.

    I made new friends and I love my teachers Júlia and Lolinha.


    I love drawing and playing football!

    I still do not know what I want to be when I grow up, but I usually say that I want to be like my Father.

    Thank you for helping me build my story!"