#Mozambique

  • Article: The Ocean Helped Her Family Survive. Now She Wants to Protect Marine Life.
    Environment

    The Ocean Helped Her Family Survive. Now She Wants to Protect Marine Life.

    By Joe McCarthy|May 23, 2019

    Kudzi Victorino Dykman became the first female diver certified in Mozambique. Read more

  • Article: Hundreds of Children Separated from Parents in Cyclone-Hit Mozambique
    Citizenship

    Hundreds of Children Separated from Parents in Cyclone-Hit Mozambique

    May 23, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Humanitarian organizations fear for the children made vulnerable by disaster. Read more

  • Article: UN to Investigate Reports of Cyclone Idai Survivors Asked to Trade Sex for Food
    Food & Hunger

    UN to Investigate Reports of Cyclone Idai Survivors Asked to Trade Sex for Food

    April 29, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Women say local leaders demanded sex in exchange for food aid. Read more

  • Article: Cyclone Kenneth: Second Deadly Storm Hits Mozambique 6 Weeks After Cyclone Idai
    Citizenship

    Cyclone Kenneth: Second Deadly Storm Hits Mozambique 6 Weeks After Cyclone Idai

    By Joe McCarthy|April 26, 2019

    Cyclone Idai destroyed crops and homes last month, Kenneth could intensify the ongoing crisis. Read more

  • Article: The UK Is Helping Half a Million Children Get Back to School After Cyclone Idai
    ImpactEducation

    The UK Is Helping Half a Million Children Get Back to School After Cyclone Idai

    By Imogen Calderwood|April 16, 2019

    It’s crucial to keeping children safe in the wake of the disaster. Read more

  • Article: 460 Adolescent Girls Are Infected With HIV Daily: UNAIDS Report
    Health

    460 Adolescent Girls Are Infected With HIV Daily: UNAIDS Report

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Lerato Mogoatlhe|April 16, 2019

    Some 50 girls aged between 10 and 19 die from AIDS-related causes every day. Read more

  • Article: Hunger Looms in Mozambique After Cyclone Idai Wiped Out 1.7 Million Acres of Farmland
    Food & Hunger

    Hunger Looms in Mozambique After Cyclone Idai Wiped Out 1.7 Million Acres of Farmland

    By Joe McCarthy|April 9, 2019

    Crops, fisheries, and livestock have been devastated. Read more

  • Article: Thousands of Children Who Survived Cyclone Idai Now Face Slavery and Forced Marriage
    Citizenship

    Thousands of Children Who Survived Cyclone Idai Now Face Slavery and Forced Marriage

    April 9, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Families struggling to survive face new risks in the wake of the devastating cyclone. Read more