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10 Feb 2012 description

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has dispatched emergency relief supplies to Mozambique following the cyclone and floods which have ravaged southern and central parts of the country in recent days.

Emergency goods were dispatched from JICA’s South Africa warehouse, arriving at Maputo International Airport on 6 February. A handover ceremony was held at 12:15 (local time) on that day at the the National Disasters Management Institute (INGC) in the airport.

17 Mar 2010 description

JICA is building a new development model to encourage increased agricultural production in Africa, both to help prevent another global food crisis and to deter a land grab by foreign enterprises across the continent, according to Senior Vice President Kenzo Oshima.

He was scheduled to deliver the opening address Wednesday (March 17) at a symposium at the United Nations University in Tokyo which was examining a bold project to develop the extensive savannah lands in the southern African state of Mozambique.

Brazil's Cerrado region turned out to be a great agricultural region after …

15 Mar 2001 description

The following is a report on emergency relief (provision of supplies) to the Republic of Mozambique.

1. Emergency Situation

Continuous rainfall since the end of January and a cyclone have resulted in floods in the central Mozambican provinces of Zambezia, Sofala, Tete, and Manica. These floods have caused serious damage to both human populations and property. Torrential rains and flooding are continuing as of March 15, and recent government reports indicate that 75 people have died, with 90,000 taking refuge. The total number of persons affected stands at 490,000.

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23 Mar 2000 description

Secretariat of the Japan
Disaster Relief Team

The following is a report on activities of the Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) Medical Team in the Republic of Mozambique.

17 Mar 2000 description

The following is a report on emergency flood relief (dispatch of an Advance Team) to the Republic of Mozambique. The Advance Team arrived in Mozambique on March 10 (Fri).

The Advance Team for the Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) Medical Team was sent to Mozambique for the period of March 10-15 in connection with the floods affecting the country. The team engaged in discussions with the government of Mozambique, the provincial governments of Maputo and Gaza, international agencies, NGOs, etc.

16 Mar 2000 description

The following is a report on the implementation of emergency flood relief (dispatch of a medical team) to the Republic of Mozambique as authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on March 16 (Thu).

1. Emergency Situation

Continuous rains have fallen in Mozambique since mid-January, with the period of February 11-13 being particularly heavy. The most severe flooding seen in the country in 50 years struck five central and southern provinces (Sofala, Manica, Inhambane, Gaza, and Maputo), and has seriously affected populated areas and caused extensive properly damage.

10 Mar 2000 description

The following is a report on emergency flood relief (dispatch of an advance team) to the Republic of Mozambique as authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on March 8

1. Emergency Situation

Continuous rains have fallen in Mozambique since mid-January, with the period of February 11-13 being particularly heavy. The most severe flooding seen in the country in 50 years struck five central and southern provinces (Sofala, Manica, Inhambane, Gaza, and Maputo), and has seriously affected populated areas and caused extensive properly damage.

03 Mar 2000 description

The following is a report on emergency flood relief (provision of supplies) to the Republic of Mozambique as authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at 8:47 p.m., March 3 (Fri), after consultations with the Ministry of Finance.

1. Emergency Situation

Continuous rains have fallen in Mozambique since mid-January, with the period of February 11-13 being particularly heavy.

18 Feb 2000 description

The following is a report on emergency flood relief (provision of supplies) to the Republic of Mozambique as authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at 5:20 p.m., February 17 (Thu), after consultations with the Ministry of Finance.

1. Emergency Situation

Continuous rains have fallen in Mozambique since mid-January, with the period of February 11-13 being particularly heavy.

18 Mar 1999 description

Secretariat of the Japan
Disaster Relief Team

The following is a report on the arrival of emergency flood supplies in Mozambique. The supplies were approved for shipment on March 10 (Wed).

1. Arrival of Emergency Supplies

The supplies were shipped to Mozambique according to the following schedule:

March 10 (Wed)
9:00 pm - departed London aboard flight VS-601

March 11 (Thu)
10:15 am - arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa
6:40 pm - departed Johannesburg aboard a chartered flight