ACC Mozambique commenced construction in 2015 and it is ACC’s fifth school in Africa. It was completed by the end of 2018, encompassing two Children’s Villages, one central kitchen and dining hall, one warehouse, one temporary office, and volunteer dormitory building, along with a generator room, water tower, and power supply project.
In March 2019, Cyclone Idai caused significant damage, leading to severe destruction of all structures. Reconstruction and renovation efforts commenced in August 2019, with completion by the end of the year. However, the original plans for constructing the school and other buildings were put on hold.
The second phase of construction began in mid-2020, involving the construction of a new kitchen and dining hall. The original central kitchen and dining hall were repurposed as a Buddhist hall. Additionally, the expansion of temporary offices and volunteer dormitories was undertaken to serve as a new warehouse. The original warehouse space was transformed into a school facility, and a new road was paved within the campus. The new kitchen, dining hall, and warehouse were completed in October 2021, while the school and road construction are still ongoing.