Mozambique

By: Helen Buck

19 August 2021 Predictions and mitigation measures for aid organisations.

Northern Mozambique

By: Helen Buck

14 June 2021 Key concerns for aid agencies working in Mozamabique, prediction and mitigations.

Mozambique

By: Helen Buck

09 June 2021 Attacks on education increased in 2020.

Mozambique

By: Helen Buck

ISACP has already threatened further mass casualty attacks over the month of Ramadan, likely in an attempt to boost the propaganda impact of its 27 March capture of the petrochemical hub of Palma in northern Mozambique.

Mozambique

By: Helen Buck

Reports of gunfire in the vicinity of Palma town will see increasing numbers of IDPs, and likely further targeting of aid and commercial projects.

Mozambique

By: Helen Buck

Current situation in the Cabo Delgado region and the implications for aid agencies working in the area. Indiscriminate violence and insecurity forced aid agencies operating in conflict-affected regions to suspend their activities.

Mozambique Video

By: Helen Buck

Watch this new video on insecurity in Cabo Delgado and the implications for aid agencies.

Violence against health care in Mozambique in 2020

By: Helen Buck

When violence erupts, nurses, community health workers, pharmacists and doctors are frequently among the many civilians severely harmed. This and the destruction of hospitals has devastating consequences for access to health care.

Mozambique March 2021

By: Helen Buck

INSIGHT: Claims war against insurgents orchestrated by government.

Attacks on schools continue despite COVID-19 pandemic

By: Helen Buck

Since the pandemic was declared, the overall number of violently damaged schools declined. However, violence against school buildings remains a concern in Burkina Faso, Mozambique, Ukraine, and Yemen.