Investing in the improvement of Mozambique’s water infrastructure

by / Tuesday, 15 October 2013 / Published in Media, Media Archive, Water & Sanitation
Investing in the improvement of Mozambique's water infrastructure

A consequence of Mozambique’s consistent high summer rainfall are devastating floods, which has an effect on agricultural crops, travel and infrastructure. JAM’s was affected in January 2013, when floods damaged and swept away resources and commodities used in JAM’s development programmes that were stored in a warehouse in Gaza Province, the flooding temporarily affected JAM’s Agricultural Development and Nutritional Feeding Programmes. The news that the World Bank approved emergency funds to improve the resilience of Mozambique’s water infrastructure, as reported by AllAfrica.com, has therefore been a welcomed by JAM.

Mozambique: World Bank Approves Emergency Funds to Improve Resilience of Water Infrastructure Following Extreme Flooding in Limpopo River Basin*

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