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in Incadine Mozambique
Graça Machel is the President of the Foundation of Community Development and the UNESCO National Commission in Mozambique. She was became former South African president Nelson Mandela's third wife in 1998 until his death in 2013. Machel is the widow of Samora Machel, the first President of independent Mozambique. She was an Education and Culture Minister of the Government of Mozambique. In 1995 she received the Nansen Medal from the United Nations in recognition of her longstanding humanitarian work, particularly on behalf of refugee children.
Academia, Education and Training
Social Development and Community Services
Government, Public Administration and Defence
Awarded in 1992
Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil)
Awarded in November 2008
Doutora Honoris Causa
Member, 1975 - 1989
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