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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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Aid A woman in drought-hit Mozambique. Photo: CARE
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Humanitarian aid agencies are $90 million short of being able to help those Mozambicans hit by the prolonged drought and expected floods over the coming two months, a consortium of agencies coordinated by the United Nations has warned. Two failed rainy seasons in a row have caused a drought [...]

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The drought affecting Mozambique has led to a drop in agricultural production making maize in Gaza, Tete and Sofala provinces twice as expensive as last year, the World Food Programme (WFP) said on Tuesday. As well as the drought, food supplies have also been influenced by political and [...]

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Climate experts from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have forecast that most countries in southern Africa are likely to receive normal to above normal rainfall in the 2016-2017 farming season - bringing hope to a drought-hit region. SADC climate experts and meteorological [...]

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Aid The Bank of Mozambique seen behind a dilapidated building in Maputo's downtown. © Nuno Rosario via Flickr
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More than $1 billion in hidden state borrowing, which has plunged Mozambique into an unprecedented economic crisis, did not merit a mention in the Bank of Mozambique’s latest evaluation of the country’s economy published on 13 May – despite the central [...]

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