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01 Mar 2017 description
report Government of Japan
  1. Today, March 1, upon the request of the Government of the Republic of Mozambique, the Government of Japan decided to provide emergency relief goods (plastic sheets, portable jerry cans, etc.) through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to Mozambique in response to the damage caused by the recent cyclone.

02 Aug 2016 description
report Government of Japan
  1. On August 2, the Government of Japan decided to extend Emergency Grant Aid of 5 million US dollars to Southern Africa through the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in response to food shortage.

  2. This emergency grant aid is to provide food and nutrition support to Mozambique, Malawi, Lesotho and Swaziland, in light of serious humanitarian needs such as food shortage and malnutrition caused by El-Niño phenomenon.

29 Jan 2015 description
report Government of Japan
  1. On, January 23rd, the Government of Japan decided to provide emergency relief goods worth 15 million yen (Tents, Plastic sheets, etc.) to the Republic of Mozambique, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in response to the request from the Government of the Republic of Mozambique following serious damage from flooding.

01 Feb 2013 description
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The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has dispatched emergency relief supplies to the Republic of Mozambique in response to the destruction caused by recent floods.

Emergency goods to the value of 21 million JPY including 150 tents, 100 plastic sheets, 30 water purifiers, 5,000 bottles of water purification liquid, 3,000 mosquito nets and 10,000 bars of soap were handed over at a ceremony on 11th February at the office of The National Disasters Management Institute (Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Calamidades: INGC) in Mozambique’s capital, Maputo.

03 Feb 2012 description
report Government of Japan

February 3, the Government of Japan has decided to extend emergency relief goods (Portable Jerry Can, Generator etc) equivalent to 19 million yen (approximately 249 thousand USD) to the Republic of Mozambique, through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), upon request of the Government of Mozambique.

EIJIROH, MIYATA (Mr.)

Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency Relief Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

19 Mar 2007 description
report Government of Japan
  1. The Government of Japan has decided to extend Grant Assistance for Underprivileged farmers amounting to 414 million yen through the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), for the following three projects. Notes to this effect were exchanged on March 19 (Mon) (Japan and local time) in Rome between Mr. Yuji Nakamura, Japanese Ambassador to Italy, and Mr.
26 Jul 2005 description
report Government of Japan
  1. The Government of Japan has decided to extend food aid totaling 1.5 billion yen (approximately 14 million dollars), through the World Food Programme (WFP), for returning displaced persons in the southern part of Sudan and the eastern and southern African countries. Notes to this effect were exchanged on July 26 (Tue) in Rome between Ms. Nobuko Matsubara, Japanese Ambassador to Italy, and Ms. Susana Malcorra, Deputy Executive Director of the WFP.
18 Mar 2005 description
report Government of Japan

The Government of Japan has decided to extend food aid amounting 1,954 million yen through the World Food Programme (WFP). Notes to this effect were exchanged on March 18 (Fri) in Rome between Ms. Nobuko Matsubara, Japanese Ambassador to Italy, and Ms. Sheila Sisulu, Deputy Executive Director of the WFP.

09 Mar 2001 description
report Government of Japan

On Friday, March 9, the Government of Japan decided to extend emergency grant aid of 200,000 dollars and emergency assistance in kind (equivalent to about 30 million yen) including tents, blankets, generators, and water purifiers, to the Republic of Mozambique, which has sustained great damage from flooding.

In Mozambique, flooding has been triggered by torrential rain which started in mid-January this year. The disaster spread over four provinces in central parts of the country (Zambezia, Tete, Manica, and Sofala).

16 Mar 2000 description
report Government of Japan

  1. On Thursday March 16, the Government of Japan decided to dispatch a 20-member medical team of the Japan Disaster Relief Team (JDRT), along with the provision of medicine and medical equipment, for about two weeks to the Republic of Mozambique which sustained an unprecedented flood disaster.
  2. In Mozambique, the severest flood damage in fifty years has been caused by successive blows: the rainfall from mid-January, torrential rain in early February, and a cyclone that hit the country on February 21-22.
08 Mar 2000 description
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On Wednesday, March 8, the Government of Japan decided to send an advance team comprising two persons (officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and JICA) from March 9, for the subsequent dispatch of a medical team to Mozambique, which has sustained great damage from flooding. The advance team will join those including an official of the Japanese Embassy in South Africa who have already flown to Mozambique, and is expected to report the situation.

18 Feb 2000 description
report Government of Japan

On Friday, February 18, the Government of Japan decided to extend emergency grant aid of 100,000 US dollars and emergency assistance in kind (equivalent to about 18 million yen) comprising tents, blankets, plastic sheets, and generators, etc. to the Republic of Mozambique, which has sustained great damage from flooding.

In Mozambique, flooding has been triggered by torrential rain which started in mid-January.