Dozens of Migrants Died in Shipping Container in Mozambique

MAPUTO - The bodies of 64 men were discovered asphyxiated in a sealed shipping container on the back of a truck at a checkpoint in Tete, Mozambique on Tuesday morning.


One year after Cyclone Idai, Millions Still in Need of Assistance

Maputo - Millions of people are still in need of humanitarian assistance and support rebuilding their livelihoods one year after Cyclone Idai slammed into three Southeast African nations. 


Returnees and Community Members Engage in Rehabilitation of Health Centre in Maputo

Maputo – Yesterday (19/12), the District Government of Matola, in cooperation with the National Institute for Mozambican Communities Abroad (INACE) and the International Organization for Migration (IO


IOM Launches Project to Promote Reproductive Health and Rights in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

Cabo Delgado — Today at the Secondary School of Chuire, in Cabo Delgado, hundreds of students gathered for a ceremony to open the “It’s Our Right” project, implemented by IOM and funded by The Kingdom


Six Months after Cyclone Kenneth, Recovery Still in Process in Northern Mozambique

Maputo – Cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique on 25 April with winds over 200km/hour and caused extensive damage in Cabo Delgado and Nampula Provinces to homes, infrastructure and agri


EU and IOM Support 138 Mozambicans Return Home After Violent Incidents in South Africa

Maputo – Following attacks and protests against foreign African nationals during the first week of September in South Africa, 138 Mozambicans received support from IOM, the European Union, and governm


Appeal Launched for Humanitarian Response to Cyclone Devastation in Mozambique

Maputo – With Mozambique devastated by drought, flooding and Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in the past several months, humanitarian partners yesterday (12/09) launched the revised Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) requesting over USD 397 million to support affected populations.