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Cash and Vouchers, Nutrition
27 May 2015

The World Food Programme's (WFP) golden ticket— a voucher issued in partnership with the Mozambican government— brought new business to local shopkeepers and provided human immunodeficiency virus​ (HIV) acquired immune deficiency syndrome​ (AIDS) and tuberculosis (TB) patients with the ability to access food when they most needed it. 

Logistics
12 May 2015

Alastair is a logistics expert. He’s been working with us at WFP for almost 20 years in some of the most challenging emergency responses – from organizing the delivery of food aid in countries rocked by civil war, cyclones, earthquakes and floods to navigating the obstacles of providing humanitarian assistance during the Ebola Response

Airdrops, Food Consumption, Livelihoods, Climate Change, Refugees and IDPs, Floods, Focus on Women, Gender, General Food Distribution, Logistics, NGOs, Nutrition
18 April 2015

Belita Carlito and her family are among 300,000 people who were displaced from their homes by floods that affected the northern and central provinces of Mozambique from January onwards. After the initial shock, their lives have started to improve.

Rome-based agencies (RBAs), Emergency Assessments, Emergencies, Refugees and IDPs, Floods, Focus on Women, Food for Assets, Food Security Analysis, Gender, General Food Distribution, Logistics, NGOs, Nutrition, Procurement
12 February 2015

Until the floods came, Esperança Gonçalves (34) had been living a quiet life, running her shop and earning enough to feed her family of six in Mocuba, Quelimane province, northern Mozambique.

School Meals
11 April 2014

Community involvement forms a key aspect of WFP's successful School Feeding programmes. At one primary school in Tete province, the volunteers, school staff, and students tell of the impact this has had at their school...

Cash and Vouchers
4 April 2014

WFP’s Cash for Work programme in Tete province has allowed food-insecure households to generate critical income during the lean season - the period before harvest when food is scarce. One participant describes her experience of the programme…

School Meals
7 March 2014

Gelito Abel (11) used to be faced with a difficult decision when he woke up – whether to go to school and be hungry or to stay at home looking for something to eat. That was before meals were served daily in his school in Massecha village in Tete province.

Nutrition
2 September 2013

Grandmother Alzira Chingalane was happy to see a marked improvement in the health of her grand-children after they started receiving supplementary feeding assistance from WFP.

Food for Assets
29 August 2013

Rostalina Viana doesn’t remember her age, but she does remember the day that her husband was killed during the civil war more than two decades ago. Left alone to care for three children, Rostalina struggled to make ends meet. 

Emergencies
23 July 2013

Albertina Naftal (9) lives with her parents, two brothers and two sisters in a hut made of sticks and grass in the village of Muchenga, in Changara, west of Mozambique.