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Here you will find useful information about the capital city, population, major landforms, rivers in the country, water usage, climate statistics etc.
Located on Africa’s southeastern coast, the Republic of Mozambique is a former Portuguese colony that gained independence in 1975
Since 2009, more than 18,00 Mozambicans have gained access to clean, safe, drinking water.
Water for African Cities Programme facilitates the adoption of measures to ensure access to environmentally sound water and sanitation service provision to the un-served, as well as improved access for underserved populations of the target cities. Through demonstration projects and capacity building interventions carried out in collaboration with national partners, regional and international financial institutions, the programme supports water supply and sanitation utilities, local governments, NGOs and communities to leverage resources for scaling up and replication at the country level.
Across Southern Africa, many countries are experiencing the adverse effects of El Nino-related drought. Mozambique is one of the hardest hit countries, with an estimated 1.5 million people affected. Many of them, like 11-year-old Francisco, are just children, who travel long distances just to get water...
This journal covers issues in the environment, natural history, biology, conservationism, geography and current affairs. Published by the National Geographic Society, a non-profit organisation determined to increase widespread geographic knowledge.