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- Plan: Sex-for-food: girls face impossible choices in Southern Africa. 4 Nov 2019
- IFRC: Mozambique: Thousands at risk of disease and malnutrition as rainy season begins. 8 Nov 2019
- CARE: Climate Change Leaves 1.6 Million in Mozambique in Need of Urgent Assistance. 12 Nov 2019
- OCHA: Mozambique: Location Map (2019). 10 Sep 2019
- Protection Cluster: Mozambique | Sofala Province | Protection Cluster Overview (November 2019). 12 Nov 2019
LICHINGA (MOZAMBIQUE), (PANA) - Mozambican
immigration officials said Tuesday that 85 Burundians, fleeing conflict
in their country had sought refuge in the northernmost Mozambican province
A spokesman for the immigration authorities in the provincial capital, Lichinga, told the Mozambican news agency, Aim, Tuesday that the refugees had reached Mozambique through Tanzania and Malawi.
Ref: DHAGVA - 97/0082
MOZAMBIQUE - FLOODS
World Vision Mozambique is distributing emergency food rations among thousands of families affected by severe flooding in central Mozambique.
MAPUTO, Mozambique (PANA) - The Mozambican government on Monday appealed to the international community for emergency aid valued at almost 30 million U.S. dollars to assist the victims of Februay's severe flooding in the central provinces, and to repair flood damage.
Ref: DHAGVA - 97/0073
MAPUTO, Mozambique (PANA) - The Mozambican government is preparing to launch an emergency appeal on Monday, seeking international support for the victims of widespread flooding in the centre of the country.
MOZAMBIQUE - CYCLONE NADYA
DHA-GENEVA INFORMATION REPORT No. 1
26 MARCH 1994
1. AS NOTED IN INFORMATION REPORT NO.1 MADAGASCAR: CYCLONE NADYA, NADYA MADE LANDFALL IN MOZAMBIQUE YESTERDAY.
MOZAMBIQUE - DESTABILIZATION/DROUGHT
UNDRO SITUATION REPORT NO. 16
29 DECEMBER 1989
1. BANDIT ACTIVITIES CONTINUING. BETWEEN PERIOD 15 NOVEMBER AND 15 DECEMBER, NINE CIVILIAN CASUALTIES REPORTED, LOWEST FIGURE SINCE MAY REPORTING PERIOD.
2. POWER RATIONING STILL IN EFFECT IN MAPUTO CITY.
3. NUMBER OF EXPELLEES (2,624) FROM SOUTH AFRICA MORE THAN DOUBLED AS COMPARED TO OCTOBER-NOVEMBER REPORTING PERIOD.