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Mozambique: Recovering from Two Cyclones

After the devastation caused by the two cyclones that hit Mozambique in the spring of 2019, the United Nations humanitarian aid agencies and their partners have assisted more than two million people in restoring peace...

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This Week at the UN in 60 Seconds – 31 May 2019

This week's top news: - funding post cyclone reconstruction in Mozambique - United Nations Secretary-General's address to the R20 on climate - World No Tobacco Day More at UN News: news.un.org/en/

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Floods devastate Mozambique

Floods devastating Mozambique have created ‘inland oceans’ with some 1,000 people feared dead. If the worst is confirmed, United Nations experts say this could be one of the worst weather-related disasters ever to hit...

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Mozambique: Healthy Living

United Nations - A fishing community on Mozambique’s northern coast has been hit hard by high rates of HIV and AIDS, made more difficult to fight by prevalent malnutrition. Now with support from the International Fund...

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Development – The United Nations Spearheads New Set of Development Goals

United Nations - At the turn of the millennium world leaders set a number of targets to make the planet a better place by 2015. The results have been mixed – extraordinary progress alongside some significant failures...

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Mozambique – Home is where you find it

United Nations - More than 16 million children have lost their parents to HIV and AIDS. A staggering 14 million of them live in sub-Saharan Africa. Alcides Soares from Mozambique was forced to become an adult before...

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Mozambique: Home Is Where You Find It

More than 16 million children worldwide have lost their parents to AIDS. A staggering 14 million of them live in Sub-Saharan Africa. Alcides Soares from Mozambique was forced to become an adult before his time when hi...

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Mozambique: Home Is Where You Find It

United Nations, April 2013 - More than 16 million children have lost their parents to HIV and AIDS. A staggering 14 million of them live in sub-Saharan Africa. Alcides Soares from Mozambique was forced to become an a...