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07th February, Mozambique – Queen Mathilde of the Belgians held a five-day visit to Mozambique...
18 January 2019, Tsangano (Tete) – Ntengo-Wa-Mbalame means, in Chewa dialect, "bird tree". Legend has...
In Mozambique, the overall fish production from aquaculture has been declining in the last decade,...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) defended today urgent measures to...
Fluctuations in Food prices occurring during the first decade of the 21st Century were the reason behind the 2011 WFD (World Food Day) theme “Food prices - from crisis to stability”. Price swings, upswings in particular, represent a major threat to food security in countries like Mozambique. The WFD was celebrated...
Graziano da Silva, FAO Director General, visited Mozambique to participate in the IX Conference of Heads of State And Government of The Community Of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), held in Maputo on the 20th of July, under the theme “The CPLP and Challenges in Food Security and Nutrition”. He was...
Last week the European Union  granted the Mozambican Government 67.3 Million Euros for the support to achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), specifically the result MDG 1c – to reduce by half the amount of people suffering from hunger by 2015. Mozambique received the highest amount among the 36 countries...
"GCP/GLO/324/NOR - Integrating the Right to Adequate Food and Good Governance in National Policies, Legislation and Institutions” (in short, Right to Food at Country Level) is a continuation of Norway’s support to Mozambique and the Plurinational State of Bolivia (Bolivia), and marks the beginning of activities in Nepal and El...
More than 80% of the population in Mozambique is active in the agriculture sector. Of these, about 90% work in family farming. The family farming system in the country is characterized by family labor forces and a low degree of mechanization, with the large majority of agricultural production being rain-fed....