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Agriculture Danish Ambassador Johnny Flentø visiting an Agro-Investe/Gapi project in Gaza in 2016. Photo © Eva Sofie Fritzbøger / Zitamar News
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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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Aid Ruquia Armando (52) and her five-month old baby, Eliseu Martins, ready to receive the food assistance from WFP in Gugurune resettlement centre, 2015.
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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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Aid The Praça da Independência, Maputo, features a statue of Mozambique's first president, Samora Machel, in front of the city hall. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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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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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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