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AgDevCo, an agribusiness investor funded by UK state development agency DFID, is teaming up with a group of experienced Mozambican investors to convert a citrus farm in Maputo province into a major banana producer capable of exporting to South Africa. [...]

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Development Maputo, Mozambique. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s National Statistics Institute, INE, will undertake a census of the entire country during the first two weeks of August this year, to provide detailed information on a population that it currently estimates at over 27 million [...]

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Electricity View of the River Púngoé at Pavua. Photo: EleQtra
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A UK-based development fund, in partnership with the son of the founder of troubled Moza Banco, will hold two public consultations in February on a planned 120 MW hydropower plant on the Púngoé River, which runs between the provinces of Sofala and Manica in central Mozambique. The Pavua [...]

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Development A well at Nivali, Nampula Province. Photo by Stig Nygaard
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Mozambique’s national directorate for water supply and sanitation, the DNAAS, is tendering for consultants to come up with a new and improved strategy to widen access to clean water and sanitation in rural areas [SEE TENDER NOTICE BELOW]. [...]

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While northern Mozambique is again contending with floods, parts of southern Mozambique could need food aid for another 12 months if rains do not reach them soon Communities in Gaza province in southern Mozambique who have been worst-hit by failed rains for a second consecutive year [...]

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