Evaluation: Mozambique (2016)
Mozambique is prone to recurrent floods, cyclones and drought, which affect lives and livelihoods. Because a large portion of the population relies on natural resources for livelihoods and subsistence agriculture, these impacts significantly threaten the poorest and weaken the economic development of the country. Zambezia and Nampula are two adjoining coastal provinces in the northeast of the country, which face institutional challenges, high levels of poverty, and food insecurity and are highly vulnerable to climate variability and extreme events. This report aims to evaluate Welthungerhilfe's efforts to enhance desaster resilience in Nampula and Zambezia, Mozambique.