The Irish government has already provided, since last year, about 16,700 thousand meticais for humanitarian assistance to the displaced victims of terrorism in Cabo Delgado province and, according to the local government, the population is receiving the necessary care.
As well as food assistance to the displaced the money is being used to buy domestic utensils, building materials, shelter kits, among others.
The information was recently presented in Lichinga, capital of Niassa, during a meeting between the Executive Council and the Irish Embassy.
The Governor of Niassa, Elina Judite Massengele, thanked Ireland for the support given to the populations forced to abandon their areas of origin.
“We appreciate the support from primary care to the promotion of family incomes in the Mecula special reserve and that it has made a positive impact on that population. Ireland’s support is making a difference in the lives of our population and the sustainable development of our province,” said Massengele.