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24 February 2021
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South-South Cooperation in Action: Nurses come together across borders to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality in Tete Province, Mozambique

“I was not worried or anxious when I began my training because this was always my dream, I knew it was what I was meant to do,” Shares Nurse Rosa, who completed training at the end of 2020 through a... Read more

10 February 2021
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Resilience in the face of Cyclone Eloise

It is known that during humanitarian emergencies, natural disasters or public health crises, like COVID-19, people with disabilities face greater needs, may encounter discrimination and barriers to... Read more

4 February 2021
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The role of family planning in humanitarian contexts - Cyclone Eloise

SOFALA, Mozambique — Since making landfall in late January, Cyclone Eloise and the floods that have followed, have impacted more than 314,000 people, including 94,000 vulnerable women and girls.... Read more

27 January 2021
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With access and choice to family planning commodities, #SheCanPlan her future in Mozambique

“In a country like Mozambique, where transportation and logistics of contraceptives are limited by long distances, poor infrastructure, and insecurity, the availability of contraceptives at all... Read more

25 January 2021
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Evelina and Roda, newly-trained mentors from the City of Chimoio, Mozambique

The power of youth to respond and prevent GBV in Mozambique

“As mentors, we have been empowered to support young girls and women [who have survived] sexual Gender-Based Violence. Our interpersonal communication and listening skills and empathy will be... Read more

23 January 2021
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Cyclone Eloise makes landfall in disaster-impacted Sofala Province in Mozambique

SOFALA, Mozambique—In the early hours of 23 January, Cyclone Eloise – a category two storm bringing winds of up to 160 kilometres per hour – made landfall in Sofala Province in central Mozambique, an... Read more

20 January 2021
Statement

Joint UN statement on humanitarian crisis and escalating violence in Northern Mozambique

Joint Statement on Mozambique by United Nations Regional Directors for East and Southern Africa The United Nations is deeply concerned by the worsening humanitarian crisis and escalating violence... Read more

19 January 2021
Press Release

UN Directors for East and Southern Africa to address media on deteriorating humanitarian situation in Northern Mozambique

MEDIA ADVISORY JOHANNESBURG – Voicing their extreme concern about the dire humanitarian and food security situation in northern Mozambique, brought on by escalating violence and displacement of more... Read more

15 January 2021
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In 2020, UNFPA helped respond to the urgent and unique needs of women and girls in Mozambique - thanks to our donors

In Mozambique, 2020 was a year of overlapping and complex humanitarian crises - from the covid-19 pandemic to growing insecurity in Cabo Delgado and continued recovery from 2019’s Cyclones Idai and... Read more

8 December 2020
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Managing Menstruation amidst a Cyclone and Pandemic

Adapted from stories provided by Plan International   Buzi district was one of the areas most affected by Cyclone Idai in Sofala Province, Mozambique, in 2019. Over a year later, many who lost their... Read more

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