News

Mozambique Stages Nationwide Emergency Simulation

Mozambique - Today Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi is overseeing a nation-wide simulation of a Red Alert cyclone warning, which is taking place across three districts in the central province of Zambezia and coordinated by the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC).

IOM Highlights Gender, Protection Issues in Mozambique Emergency Planning

Mozambique - As  the Mozambican government finalizes the country’s 2015/16 disaster contingency plan over the next four days, IOM is helping mainstream gender-based violence (GBV) prevention and other protection issues into Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) capacity-bu

IOM, Mozambican Government Prepare for National Emergency Simulation

Mozambique - This week IOM is supporting Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC) to prepare local and provincial authorities for the 9th National Emergency Simulation, which will take place in the central province of Zambezia on 16 October.

Better Intra-regional Migration Management Key to Southern Africa’s Development: IOM

Mozambique - Increased cooperation among countries in Southern Africa to manage the growing flows of migrants within the region is a key step towards greater economic integration and development, according to IOM Mozambique Chief of Mission Katharina Schnoering, speaking this mor

IOM Helps Mozambique Develop Disaster Contingency Plans

Mozambique - In coordination with Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC), today IOM is facilitating the training of 35 government staff as part of a two-day workshop to develop a contingency plan for the upcoming rainy season (December-March).

IOM, UNICEF Host Mozambique Emergency Response Workshop

Mozambique - IOM, UNICEF and Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC) yesterday (27/08) convened a workshop, attended by 35 government officials and NGO representatives, to revise the current system of assessing humanitarian needs in emergencies.

Flood-Displaced Families Build New Homes in Mozambique with IOM’s Help

Mozambique - IOM is helping around 10,000 displaced families build new homes in Zambezia province by supplying them with shelter tools. Many families lost their homes, crops and possessions when devastating flooding hit the province in early January.