FAO in Mozambique
31st October, Maputo- After months of consultation processes, the first meeting of the Blue Economy...
17 October 2022, Nametil Sede (Nampula) – "There are foods that give us strength, as...
9th September 2022- Calisto Gimo used to be a smallholder farmer like many others in...
8th September 2022- The "first child" Isabel Saíde had from PROMOVE Agribiz programme joins the...
25 February 2022, Pemba – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), together with the Government of the Republic of Mozambique, including the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MADER), launched a technical cooperation project on Friday 25th February, 2022, that aims to rebuild the agricultural-based livelihoods...
24 February 2022- The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), under MUTACUANE project, presented a session on Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) to 12 government technicians that are part of a Working Group created by the Ministry of Land and Environment (MTA), through the National Directorate of...
21 February 2022- This Monday, the Minister of Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries of Mozambique, Her excellency Augusta Maita, joined an ecosystem research cruise in Maputo Bay that the Fisheries Research Institute (IIP), under supervision of the Ministry (MIMAIP), is carrying out 16 February to 2 March to inform management...
21 February 2022- Mrs. Aida Chao, is a native of Mulevala district in the village of Ndala, Zambezia province, she is 28 years old and has two daughters. She is member of the WIWANANA ORERA savings group, who joined through her neighbor, with whom she heard about the advantages of...
18 February 2022- Forest resources and wildlife in Mozambique are threatened mainly by the occurrence of deforestation, forest fires, unregulated and illegal exploitation of wood, poaching and uncontrolled production of firewood and charcoal. According to the National Directorate of Forests (DINAF), during a meeting to reflect on the challenges of...