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Mozambique

Improving Living Conditions in Rural Area

A  small water supply system is changing lives in a small village, Northern Mozambique.
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Publications in Portuguese

Annual reports, thematic publications and a lot more

How Helvetas Supports People in Mozambique

Millions are faced with nothing: In Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, Cyclone Idai has claimed hundreds, perhaps thousands, of lives and destroyed the livelihoods of millions of people. And the disaster continues: rivers are still rising in the affected areas. There is a lack of clean drinking water and shelter. The harvest has been destroyed. Diseases threaten the people. Helvetas and Solidar are joining forces to help the affected people in Mozambique.

Mozambique Events

Helvetas in Mozambique holds events regularly. Here are upcoming events

News from the Helvetas Network

Press Release 11. February 2019 - Nampula and Cabo Delgado

Promoting good practices in governance and sustainable water and sanitation services

Press Release 18. December 2018 - Maputo - Mozambique

Helvetas and WFP promote “Zero Post-Harvest Loss”

Press Release 11. September 2018 - Nampula - Mozambique

Regional Workshop on Vocational Skills Development

Press Release 25. July 2018 - Nampula - Mozambique

Swiss Water Consortium - Regional Workshop in Nampula

Selected projects

Multimedia Stories 

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The water supply system is improving living conditions in Northern Mozambique.
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An Exemplary Water and Sanitation Committee for Good Water Sources Management

The Natuco Water and Sanitation Committee was selected the best water and sanitation committee of Mecufi District in Cabo Delgado Province of Northern Mozambique.

Benin’s Urban Farmers

Find out how the cultivation of organic vegetables has changed the daily life of many small farmers in Benin for the better.

Where and how we work

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Where we work

Helvetas helps people in some thirty different countries to actively improve their living conditions. Find out more about our work in each of these countries.

Our Working Principles and Approaches

We strive for a fairer world in which everyone can fulfill their basic needs. We support people in taking charge of improving their livelihoods sustainably.

Advocacy

Sustainable development only works within the right policy framework. Helvetas advocates for dialog with political decision-makers.

Our topics

Skills Development and Education

Lack of education perpetuates inequality because poor countries cannot compete economically without a skilled workforce.

Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Economic growth does not always benefit the poor and poverty is bad for growth. We need to make a proactive effort to break this vicious cycle.

Gender and Social Equity

Helvetas makes sure that our work actively and meaningfully includes and supports the most disadvantaged groups.
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Water

The most vulnerable communities of the world suffer from dirty water.. Every year, we support up to 500,000 people in getting access to clean drinking water and sanitary facilities.
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Governance and Peace

In many countries where we work, men and women are unable to claim their rights and participate actively in decision-making processes.

About the Helvetas country program in Mozambique

Helvetas Mozambique is part of a network of independent development organizations. With head offices in Switzerland, Germany and the USA, Helvetas is working in 29 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. We bring about real change in the lives of over three million disadvantaged people every year. We implement development projects in the areas of water and sanitation, agriculture and nutrition, education, economic development, democracy and peace, and climate and the environment. Helvetas also provides emergency response after disasters.

Helvetas - a partner for true change
Truly changing lives
Change takes place where people have decided to break new ground. Teófilo Caraballo, for example. He made it possible for his family to drink clean water from their own tap.