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Address conflict, climate change, disease to reduce humanitarian need, urges outgoing ‘relief chief’
Grave Concerns for Rwandan Asylum Seeker: Mozambique
WFP welcomes commitment to famine prevention by G7; calls for swift action to prevent widespread catastrophe
Global HIV Prevention Coalition reinforces need for leadership and decisive action
Violence continues in Cabo Delgado, as agencies respond to growing needs
Insecurity in northern Mozambique continues to forcibly displace thousands
Education Above All Foundation and World Bank Partner to Enroll 35,000 Out-of-School Children in Djibouti
Global Launch: Tracking SDG7: Energy Progress Report
Universal Access to Sustainable Energy Will Remain Elusive Without Addressing Inequalities
World Bank Injects $115 Million to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination in Mozambique
EPFL researchers put technology to work for global South
OPCW assists Member States from Southern African Development Community in strengthening response to chemical risks
Assessing cost-effective interventions to reduce maternal, stillborn and newborn deaths
President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi of Mozambique launches IFAD-supported project to boost aquaculture
Flagship OPCW programme equips chemistry professionals with skills to succeed in modern chemical industry
World Health Assembly adopts new resolution on malaria
Honouring UN Peacekeepers
UN Women Executive Director visits Mozambique, calls for women’s leadership
Minister Gould concludes first day of virtual visit to Mozambique
Canada announces support for Mozambique due to pandemic and to mitigate its secondary impacts
New Reforms Could Help Mauritius Bounce Back Stronger from COVID-19 Crisis
Renewable tech brings power swarming through world’s poorest villages
Human Rights Council to Hold a Special Session to Address “Grave Human Rights Situation
COVID-19 pandemic ‘feeding’ drivers of conflict and instability in Africa: Guterres
38th Universal Periodic Review of human rights UK closing statement
UNHCR appeals for Mozambicans fleeing violence to be given access to asylum in Tanzania
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III’s Meeting With Portuguese Minister of National Defense João Cravinho
Lancet: Experts call for urgent action to reduce global burden of cardiovascular disease in women by 2030
Defying Predictions, Remittance Flows Remain Strong During COVID-19 Crisis
Free up ‘bottlenecks’ stifling Africa’s agri-food sector – FAO chief
Unlock and Unblock: twin track to boost food security in Africa
U.S. Humanitarian Aid and Supplies Help Respond to Insecurity in Mozambique
38th Universal Periodic Review of human rights UK statement on Mozambique
University of Toronto’s Reach Alliance expands to three universities outside Canada
Nearly 30,000 people displaced by March attacks in northern Mozambique
Communities Uprooted by Recent Violence in Palma Require Greater Support
Institutional mistrust a major barrier for child vaccination progress in Africa
Mozambique’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review Working Group to hold Thirty-eighth session in Geneva from 3
Southern Africa Taps $380 Million in World Bank Financing to Facilitate Regional Trade and Investment for more Inclusive Growth
Fishing in African waters
A ‘malaria-free future’ is possible, UN chief says on international day
Emergency Funding Released as Nearly 4,000 More People Flee Cabo Delgado
OPCW Member States from Africa deepen knowledge of legislative and regulatory aspects of chemical security
Climate change link to displacement of most vulnerable is clear: UNHCR
Escalating conflict in northern Mozambique pushes thousands into hunger and desperation
Data visualization reveals impacts of climate change on displacement
“Together to Zero”: Coles signs major renewable electricity agreements