Fighting for inclusion, recognition and respect for transgender people in Mozambique

Pepetsa Fumo is the Founder of TRANSformar.moz, an organization dedicated to advancing the human rights, recognition, inclusion and respect of transgender persons in Mozambique, and a partner of UNDP’s Linking Policy to Programming project.

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Advancing sustainable human development in 46 Sub-Saharan African countries.

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