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Water FIPAG's Intaka water distribution centre
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Construction works on a new $55 million water treatment station at the Corumana Dam, 90 km north of Maputo on the Sabie River, should start within the next three months, which could mean improved access to clean water for around 100,000 households in and around Maputo by early 2020.

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Development A brochure explaining the moratorium process to communities impacted by the resettlement. Photo © Palma Residences
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A coalition of civil society organisations painted an overall positive picture of the process for resettling families affected by Anadarko’s LNG plant in Palma on Wednesday, but noted there are still  some problems in the implementation of the plan. [...]

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Aid The organisation Thirdeye uses drones to help Mozambican small-scale farmers detect crop stress Photo: Bacelar Muneme (Thirdeye)
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The Mozambican emergency response authorities already have two small drones at their disposal, but the World Food Programme (WFP), working with the Mozambican authorities, is hoping to bring in larger drones in 2018 to help both preparatory and [...]

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Conservation The Niassa National Reserve. Photo © Wildlife Conservation Society
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Niassa Reserve in northern Mozambique, one of the last great wilderness areas on the continent, has the potential to support a population of tens of thousands of elephants - but wildlife experts warn that if current poaching trends continue, numbers could drop so low by the end of this year as [...]

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Agriculture Fishermen holding a net between boat and beach at Pinda, Mozambique. Photo: Stig Nygaard, Wikimedia Commons
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Improvements in the way Mozambique collects fishing statistics mean the country has drastically over-reported growth in the size of the country’s catch and could now miss the warning signs of deteriorating fish stocks, academics have warned. [...]

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