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6 September 2019, Beira- The  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with...
26 July 2019, Nampula- The life of Itália Mário, 25, like many other young people...
25 July, 2019- Zacarias Chimene is a promising farmer who saw much of his maize...
09 July 2019 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) begins...
Maputo, 5th july 2013 - A food security and nutrition programme partnership agreement between the Government of Mozambique, represented by the Ministry of Agriculture, the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium, the Organization for International Cooperation Projects for development (DISOP), the Socialistische Solidariteit (FOS) and the United Nations was signed...
Maputo, 08 March 2013 – Under the auspices of the FAO´s Costal Fisheries Development for  Gaza and Inhambane Provinces  Project, funded by the Government of Italy, FAO Mozambique and the selected contractor (Ergo Construções) signed a contract for the construction of a fish market in the district of Massingir, in...
14 February 2013, Rome – In acknowledgement of the importance of partnership in tackling global issues, the staff of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have today been recognized for their outstanding work together in Mozambique. ...
9 August 2012, Rome - The FAO Food Price Index climbed 6 percent in July 2012 after three months of decline. The Index, which measures  the monthly change in the international prices of a basket of food commodities, averaged 213 points, up 12 points from June. That was still well below...
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...