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Cyclone Gombe and Ana Victims Receive Support from Moza Banco

Cyclone Gombe and Ana Victims Receive Support from Moza Banco

The victims of cyclones Gombe and Ana, which recently affected the province of Nampula, continue to receive support to minimize the suffering they are subjected to at the moment.

This time, Moza Banco delivered food products consisting of cooking oil and butter beans to the Secretary of State in Nampula province. This act fits in the Social Responsibility Policy of the Bank, which has one of its main focuses in the development of activities that contribute for the economic and social progress of the communities where the Bank operates.

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On the occasion, the Chief Executive Officer of Moza Banco, Manuel Soares, stated that “we decided to carry out this initiative because we want to contribute to alleviate the suffering of the affected families. Our commitment is with the welfare of Mozambicans and with the continuous improvement of people’s quality of life. We are aware that our gesture, in itself, will not effectively solve the problem, but we believe that it is a significant contribution to this great struggle for the continuous improvement of the quality of life”.

In his turn, the Secretary of State of Manica, Mety Gonde, welcomed the initiative, highlighting the deep gratitude and satisfaction on behalf of the population of Nampula, since this is an important support, because it comes to respond to the problems of the families affected by the tropical cyclone Gombe and by storm Ana and that, at this moment, are still getting back on their feet”.

“The aid from Moza Banco will be very useful and we will reach the families that, at this moment, are facing difficulties”, emphasised the minister.

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The donated products were already delivered to the National Institute for Natural Disaster Management (INGD) to be immediately forwarded to the affected families.

In Nampula province cyclones Gombe and Ana affected over 642,000 people, mostly in coastal districts, and caused 53 deaths.

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