USAID/Mozambique engaged in programming, assessing, and leading critical climate change technical assistance activities that support low-emission development strategies (LEDS), building climate change resilience, and strengthening local capacity.
Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation builds agribusiness’ capacity in myriad ways – from organizational strengthening to business plan design to investor relations – all with the aim of improving their ability to respond to the specific needs of smallholder farmers. Our approach pairs investments in new technologies with targeted services that help agribusinesses accelerate their growth so they can quickly and successfully enter new markets, increase profits, and expand their customer bases.
Integrating biodiversity and sustainable landscapes objectives in development programming can increase the sustainability of interventions, amplify results and reduce costs. ‘Integrating Biodiversity and Sustainable Landscapes in USAID Programming’ highlights these and other key considerations for USAID staff and development practitioners interested in connections between biodiversity and sustainable landscapes priorities.
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.
USAID supported research in Mozambique aims to understand the link between observed climate trends and disease outbreaks as well as offer recommendations on how this knowledge could be used to streamline future responses around malaria and diarrheal disease.