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The conflict in Cabo Delgado is “at risk of becoming a forgotten crisis,” according to international NGOs who say they are struggling to keep up with increasing needs
Aid agencies and civil society are preparing for a mass return of displaced people as living conditions improve in Cabo Delgado’s northern districts
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While the number of active cases of covid-19 in Mozambique currently stands at just 550, the number of people feeling the socio-economic impacts is in the millions
The World Food Programme (WFP) has confirmed that insurgents in Cabo Delgado raided a humanitarian food aid warehouse on 7 April and then distributed food to the local population, as reported by Zitamar last Friday
The World Food Programme (WFP) is coming to the end of a five-month, $3.3 million pilot programme in Tete that aims to improve nutrition, increase climate adaptability, improve gender equality and build resilience — with a view to rolling it out to other parts of Mozambique
The attack may not have caused any fatalities as the villagers had already fled
A key role in handling aid to Idai-hit central Mozambique has been handed to a man with a tainted history at the Port of Beira