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Climate change adaptation project builds resilience in northern Mozambique

An adaptation project is helping more than 500 households in the northern region of Mozambique near the coast to build resilience to cope with the rise of sea level, project director Maria Olanda Bata with USAID said here on Monday.

Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the 20 million U.S. dollars project is equiping five municipalities including Pemba, Quelimane, Nacala, Mozambique Island and Mocimboa da Praia with capacity of a better and more effective management for climate change.

On Monday, the project champions and the National Association of Mozambican Municipalities signed a memorandum of understanding to address the climate change issues in the municipalities concerned.


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