Source: U.S. Embassy in Mozambique |

Campaign Against Violence Launched with Support from PEPFAR

The name of the campaign is derived from a true story of a young woman named Rosita, who lost her life in February 2021, victim of an act of violence perpetrated by her partner

“Give Hope to 1001 Rositas” is the name of the newest campaign launched in Mozambique to strengthen the fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV), in particular intimate partner violence. The initiative is promoted by the Interfaith Platform for Communication for Health – PIRCOM, in partnership with the Association ComuSanas, with the…

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Broll anticipates the African real estate market to bounce back by Q1 2023

Broll Property Group presents an in-depth look at the future of the real estate market in Africa over the next decade at the API Summit 2021 as part of its new five-year strategy, plus detailed reports on the emerging markets of Mozambique and the DRC

Leading Pan-African professional real-estate services provider Broll Property Group (www.Broll.com) anticipates the African real estate market to normalise and bounce back to pre-Covid-19 levels by Q1 2023. This is the key message from Broll Group CEO Malcolm Horne, who will deliver a keynote address at the 12th Africa Property Investment…

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Creating a Brighter Future for Women, Girls and Youth in the Midst of a Humanitarian Crisis

UNFPA works with the provincial health authorities to ensure that life-saving equipment and commodities remain accessible during such times of crisis

Almost three quarters of a million people had been  displaced internally in the northern provinces of Mozambique by April this year, due to violence or environmental disasters, including the devastating Cyclone Kenneth in 2019. UNFPA has been working with local authorities and partners to increase the availability of, and access to, life-saving sexual…

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FIFA has entrusted the African Union of Broadcasting with the Management of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Rights in 17 Sub-Saharan countries

The 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification process is a series of tournaments organized by the six FIFA Confederations

As a prelude to the next FIFA World Cup that will take place in 2022, in Qatar, the African Union of Broadcasting (www.uar-AUB.org ) has been handed the Free-To-Air rights for the Qualifying matches in 17 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, thus making AUB the exclusive Partner for the commercialization of…

Source: World Food Programme (WFP) |

The Government of Japan donates $1.8 million to support food assistance in Northern Mozambique

The US$ 1.8 million donated by Japan will support WFP to purchase emergency food and improve the nutrition of more than 25,000 people displaced by violence in Cabo Delgado

The Government of Japan provided JPY 200 million (US$1.8 million) to the World Food Programme (WFP) in Mozambique to address food insecurity in communities affected by the ongoing violence and displacement of people in the Cabo Delgado province. The US$ 1.8 million donated by Japan will support WFP to purchase…

Source: United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation |

UAE, Mozambique explore boosting maritime cooperation

The UAE Ambassador welcomed the participation of the Mozambique's Sea, Inland Waters, and Fisheries Ministry in Expo 2020 Dubai

Khalid Ibrahim Abdul Aziz Shuhail Al Qahtani, UAE Ambassador to Mozambique, recently met with Augusta de Fátima Charifo Maita, Minister of the Sea, Inland Waters, and Fisheries of Mozambique, where they discussed topics of common concern. During the meeting, which was held at the ministry's premises, Al Qahtani highlighted the…

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From Reactive to Proactive: How MSF in Beira is Stepping Up its Disaster Response Preparations

Recognizing the need for better disaster response plans, the project has taken a proactive approach in preparing its team and local organisations ahead of the rainy season

Natural disasters, such as floods, cyclones, drought and earthquakes, have had a significant impact on Mozambique’s people. Cyclone Idai made landfall in the eastern city of Beira, the capital of Sofala province, on 14 March 2019. Within days it had reduced 80 per cent of the city to ruins and…

Source: International Organization for Migration (IOM) |

IOM Director General Calls for Enhanced Support for Northern Mozambique

The Director General has visited Metuge district, which hosts over 125,000 of the more than 732,000 individuals displaced since late 2017

International Organization for Migration (IOM) Director-General António Vitorino is on a three-day visit to Mozambique to assess and support the humanitarian response to ongoing displacement due to insecurity, as well as IOM’s interventions on recovery, community resilience and peacebuilding. The Director General has visited Metuge district, which hosts over 125,000…

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Mozambique government retakes key town from militants

The town had been controlled by an armed group linked to the Islamic State (ISIS) since August 2020

Mozambican and Rwandan government forces have taken control of Mocimboa da Praia in Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado province. The town had been controlled by an armed group linked to the Islamic State (ISIS) since August 2020. Mozambican authorities should now quickly move to ensure humanitarian aid reaches local residents who have been trapped in…

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Mozambique: Number of lone children fleeing conflict in Cabo Delgado jumps 40% in one month – Save The Children

Many of these children were separated from their parents or caregivers while fleeing for their lives during the conflict

14-year old Luis* lives with a neighbour after his father was killed in the conflict in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, and he was separated from his mother and sister. More content here According to new data from Save the Children, the number of unaccompanied or separated children fleeing Cabo Delgado for resettlement…