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EU Invests Over €1M to Fight Climate Change in Mozambique

EU Invests Over €1M to Fight Climate Change in Mozambique

The European Union (EU) is investing over one million euros (69.4 million meticais) to address the effects of climate change in Mozambique, in a project called “Climate of Change” (Clima de Mudança, in Portuguese).

According to the program assistant of the non-governmental organization Centro Terra Viva, Dinis Mandevane, quoted by the Mozambican Information Agency, the project will be implemented in four provinces – Cabo Delgado, Nampula, Zambezia and Maputo.

“This project aims to promote the consolidation of environmental governance in Mozambique, with particular focus on the management of natural resources, which can contribute to reducing the impacts of climate change,” said Dinis Mandevane to the press last Thursday, April 27, during the launch of the project in Maputo.

The project will be implemented over a period of two years, and it is also expected to train journalists and other social actors as a way to allow greater dissemination of best practices in environmental management.

In the sequence of the project launching event, a photographic exposition about the environment – “Africa Blues” – was inaugurated. The responsible, Piero Meda, explained that the objective of this exhibition is to sensitize people about what could be Mozambique in 2100.

“We hope that those who come to visit this exhibition leave more aware of how the actions of each one can compromise the environment, because Mozambique is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate changes”, declared Piero Meda.


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