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Aid for debt; oil, money, and global security: An interview with Russia’s Ambassador to Mozambique

In November 2017 Russia donated $40 million to a school feeding programme in Mozambique via an innovative debt swap structure. Under the agreement, the debt repayments that Mozambique owes to Russia will go to a World Food Programme (WFP) project that aims [...]

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Fisheries, farming and food security will be hit by the end of Danish and Icelandic aid

Denmark and Iceland are phasing out decades of support to Mozambique as the countries close their diplomatic missions in Mozambique. Denmark closes its embassy in Maputo today, 1 December, and will phase out [...]

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World Food Programme launches $167 million five-year plan for Mozambique

The World Food Programme (WFP) launched a new five year strategy on Wednesday to address malnutrition and food insecurity in Mozambique, with a budget of $167 million and a focus on climate change resilience and on procuring food locally.

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Mozambique officially ‘fragile’ – World Bank

Mozambique has been officially classed as in a ‘fragile situation’ by the World Bank for the first time, after its Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) score fell below the cut-off for what used to be known as ‘fragile states’. [...]

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Rains and peace ease Mozambique hunger

The price of grain in central Mozambique fell as much as 50% in April, a hunger monitoring group said this week, as improved rainfall marked an effective end to a two-year drought in the region, and Mozambique’s political factions agreed a truce that [...]

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