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“Where there is life, there is hope”

After Cyclone Idai, Cecília Chata Valentim, a young mother, and the seven children under her care were resettled to Mandruzi site to start a life. The UNDP Recovery Facility supports Cecília through…  


At age 85, Amélia looks to the future having a safer home for her grandchildren

The family celebrates the reconstruction of their house made through UNDP's post-cyclone programme.  


Cyclone-displaced people in Savane resume livelihoods with UNDP and EU support

5,000 vulnerable families have been assisted with income generating activities and small businesses in Savane. On 13 October 2020, International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, the resettled…  


COVID-19: Imminent crisis in developing countries threatens to devastate the economy and increase inequality

The growing crisis of COVID-19 threatens to hit developing countries disproportionately, not only as a short-term health crisis, but also as a devastating social and economic crisis over the coming…  



Post-Cyclone Idai: Youth recovers his livelihood and helps affected communities to build stronger houses

Helder and other 155 local masons learned how to build back better through trainings and work opportunities on resilient construction, provided by UNDP Recovery Facility.  


Post-Cyclone Idai: Young mother starts business of improved stoves and empowers women in her community

UNDP Mozambique has supported 103,000 households affected by cyclones through economic recovery projects. Read the story of Estrela who has assisted by UNDP's income-generating activities.  


UNDP showcases economic recovery activities during Norwegian Minister’s visit to Sofala

UNDP has stablished a five-year program called "Recovery Facility" as response to Cyclones IDAI and Kenneth. In Mutua, several economic recovery activities are taking place for the affected people…  


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