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Flood victims in Mozambique receive aid

Mozambique – Following the floods which hit Mozambique at the end of January this year, approximately 5,000 families have decided to start constructing new homes to begin new lives in permanent relocation sites with IOM’s help.

IOM trains health partners to combat HIV/AIDS in Mozambique’s southern transport corridors

Mozambique - IOM is organizing a six-day training on Gender, Migration and HIV from 25th February to 2nd March, in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, for key health partners working along Mozambique’s southern transport corridors.

Mozambique Explores Engagement with Diaspora

Mozambique  - IOM is training an inter-ministerial group in the Government of Mozambique to enable it to forge a national diaspora engagement strategy.

UN CERF supports IOM flood response in Mozambique

Mozambique - The UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) has allocated US$ 1 million to enable IOM to expand its distribution of shelter kits to flood victims in Mozambique.

IOM Delivers US Aid to Cyclone-Affected Families in Mozambique

IOM Mozambique has taken delivery of emergency shelter materials
donated by the US government for over 5,000 cyclone-affected
families in Zambézia Province.

HIV Awareness Efforts Focus on Key Land Corridor between Mozambique and Malawi

IOM Mozambique is this week launching a series of radio programmes
focusing on HIV prevention along the Nacala transport corridor, one

Information Campaign Kicks Off in Mozambique for Football World Cup

IOM is lending its support to a nationwide information campaign to
combat child trafficking and unsafe migration from Mozambique to
neighbouring South Africa, where tens of thousands of football fans

Regional Workshop on HIV Responses for Mine Workers, Their Families and Affected Communities

The IOM office in Mozambique will hold this week a two-day regional
workshop on HIV responses for mine workers, their families and
affected communities in southern Africa.