Roads traveled and shared in the Vermelha path, we find Inhassoro district in the province of Inhambanne, some 800 kilometers north of Maputo the capital of Mozambique. The opportunity to be a part in the process of enable and improve a program of education in technical training, directed to the population was tempted to mobilization, to be able to believe in a project that would elevate the quality of life of persons in some way by the mere fact of its existence, the deeply tempting and a challenge in professional terms. Although, this time the matter was not as strong and need much more than just exist, since there must be soul and the recognition of the collective heart, and in the case of this district until today continues invisibilizando women and their work, relegating their needs and leaving them no room that they are entitled to power to exercise and live his own personal history, because they are still part of the other. The objective of this small research is analyze how they are developing the social, economic, cultural and traditional relationships in the Inhassoro district in the province of Inhambanne, reflecting the traditional model and the new national elements as internationals who are introducing in their internal structures, as also external influences that are becoming part of the process from a gender perspective. From the beginning, Mozambican surrealism marked all aspects analysis experiential, structural, regulatory, statistical and cultural, either through ignorance, lack of resources and experience, by not being born in the country and many times feel racial discrimination / 1, professional and even more single woman, but despite all the limitations we must recognize that you achieved a strong rooting and affection for this country. Thus, this research was structured in the following way: in the first part, to locate us inside the socia-cultural milieu, he looked in the construction of the system of gender in a patrilineal system, the which as you’ll find has been reesforzado fully a patriarchal ideology.