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.
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.
Facing an unusually heavy rainy season, an ongoing cholera outbreak and growing concern about the spread of malaria and other diseases, the Government of Mozambique is turning to USAID for strategies to address climate and weather risks in health sector decisions.
This factsheet breaks down greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Southern Africa in 2011 by country, sector, changes in emissions and climate change commitments and policies. Countries covered in this factsheet include: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.