LAMBDA Association is an organisation led by citizens who advocate for the recognition of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) people in Mozambique.
LAMBDA, the Mozambican Association for the Defence of Sexual Minorities, was founded in 2006. LAMBDA is a non-governmental and non-partisan organisation with three regional offices (South, Centre and North), and two safe spaces for the LGBT community.
Founded in 2006
A society where the human rights of LGBT citizens are respected, guaranteed by law and guaranteed by the State and for this vision to materialise.
A society where the human rights of lesbian, gay, bi and trans citizens are respected, guaranteed by the law and by the state.
LAMBDA’s aims and objectives
The strategic directions of LAMBDA are:
LAMBDA wants to lead the LGBT movement in Mozambique, mobilise society, and improve the lives of LGBT people in the country.