WASHINGTON (June 3, 2019) – A bipartisan group of Congressional staffers traveled to Mozambique with CARE to see how vital U.S investments in agricultural research and development (R&D) and food security help build the capacity and resilience
CARE began operations in Mozambique in 1984 with emergency assistance and food distribution for people who were affected by the protracted war between government and rebel forces.
In our six year country strategy (2014-2020) for Mozambique, CARE seeks to fight poverty and improve food and nutrition security by empowering women and girls to exercise their rights. This new strategy draws from CARE’s previous innovations and builds on them – emphasizing in particular CARE’s expanded role as a facilitator and development partner with Mozambican colleagues from civil society who are likewise dedicated to transformative, rights-based development in collaboration with the private sector and government.
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PEMBA (May 6, 2019) — CARE is mobilizing resources to respond to the latest cholera outbreak in the northern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado.
Climate change experts warn of disproportionate impacts and financial burdens on poor countries as Cyclone Fani bears down on India and Bangladesh
MAPUTO/DHAKA (April 30, 2019) — As Cyclone Fani approaches India and Bangladesh, CARE experts have warned that the increased occurrences of disasters in poorer countries is saddling millions of innocent people with the “debt of climate change.”
PEMBA (April 29, 2019) — CARE’s emergency responders have scaled efforts to support affected communities with lifesaving assistance in the hard-hit province of Cabo Delgado in Mozambique.
PEMBA (April 27, 2019) — CARE teams in northern Mozambique are witnessing enormous scenes of damage and destruction in towns and communities that were struck by Cyclone Kenneth.
IBO (April 26, 2019) – A CARE team reports widespread destruction in the northern province of Cabo Delgado where Cyclone Kenneth made landfall yesterday, a little more than a month after the country experienced its deadliest cyclone.
BEIRA (April 23, 2019) —A storm brewing in the Indian Ocean may form another tropical cyclone and strike Mozambique causing further destruction, CARE experts warned today.