Mozambicans experience high rates of chronic food insecurity. Chronic malnutrition is most widespread in the northern provinces—including Zambezia—where populations experience high rates of chronic food insecurity, and less access to health services, water, sanitation, and education.
This document is the timeline for Mozambique, highlighting the interdependent nature of the building blocks and how USAID’s investments complement government efforts to achieve their own key policy milestones.
This report synthesizes the work of the Climate Change Adaptation, Thought Leadership and Assessments (ATLAS) project to assess the impacts of climate change on malaria and diarrheal disease in Mozambique.
With support from USAID/Mozambique and the USAID Global Climate Change Office, CEADIR prepared cost-benefit analyses (CBAs) of mangrove restoration for coastal protection and an earthen dike alternative in Quelimane, Mozambique.
At the September Adaptation Community Meeting, Fernanda Zermoglio provided the latest research and findings from this work, as well as what is being done to strengthen Mozambique’s health system preparedness and response.