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Mozambique - aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Idai, 2021
One month after Cyclone Freddy made landfall for a second time in Mozambique, creating severe disruption to critical services and destroying hard-won development gains, locally led climate action is delivering encouraging results.
United Nations Capital Development Fund
Worker on a roof in Mozambique
For the last 12 years, UN-Habitat has been working with the government of Mozambique on the Safer Schools Initiative to increase climate resilience of education facilities.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters
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Researchers at the University of Leeds are developing a 'nowcasting' system to get accurate, short-range weather forecasts of extreme weather to socially disadvantaged communities in South Africa, Zambia and Mozambique.
University of Leeds
More than three years after cyclone Idai and Keneth hit Mozambique in 2019, much of the country is still trying to recover. An example of such recovery taking place is being witnessed in the lower Beira corridor.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters
This investigation compared the consistency of access to resources and services pre- and post-Cyclone Idai, assessed the extent to which the consistency of access to these resources and services was correlated
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
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This report is part of a global research project on ‘Law and Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction’ conducted by IFRC Disaster Law.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
WFP is sharing the lessons learned of its partnership with the government of Mozambique for the implementation of anticipatory actions.
World Food Programme
O presente estudo foi realizado no âmbito do projeto-RRD (Reeducação de Risco e Desastres), que está sendo implementado pela Cruz Vermelha de Moçambique (CVM), em parceria com a Cruz Vermelha Francesa (CVF).
French Red Cross
Collecting experiences of humanitarian-development-peace nexus approaches. Case studies in DRC, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Mali, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Uganda, Sahel, Palestine, Afghanistan, Colombia and Iraq.
Swedish Agency for International Development Cooperation
Teacher giving out books at a school in Mozambique.
The World Bank helps rehabilitate more than 700 weather-resilient classrooms across the country to protect investments in human capital. The investments include transfer of technical and knowledge skills necessary to build resilient infrastructure.
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