Country Office Contacts
Main Office Contact

Rafael Saute
Sr. Communications Officer

Av. Kenneth Kaunda, 1224
Maputo, Mozambique
In Washington:
Thomas Buckley
Country Program Coordinator

1818 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20433
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Mozambique Research

  • Agribusiness in Mozambique © Bread for the World

    Civil unrest, drought and floods have hindered agricultural transformation, but the country could still become a regional breadbasket. Read More »

    Aug 08, 2014
    This brief discribes the economic updates of Mozambique. Some of the key highlights being that the economy grew by 7.5 percent in the first quarter of 2014. That there was a significant rise in government ...
    Nombora DionisioAug 01, 2014
    This note analyzes the institutional and policy context in which Mozambique allocates and manages resource revenues at the subnational level. Its objectives are: (i) to better understand the extent to which the ...
    Robb Alicia, Valerio Alexandria, Parton BrentJun 06, 2014
    This report summarizes the key themes and findings from three in-depth case studies of EET programs in Ghana, Kenya, and Mozambique. Each case study produced rich information on the programs’ context, the ...
    Apr 01, 2014
    Mozambique's economy grew by 7 percent in 2013 led by transport and communications, financial services, and extractive industries. Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows reached United States (U.S.) 5.9 billion...
    Mar 01, 2014
    The key messages in this brief are as follows: 1) Mozambique has prioritized the development of higher education with a focus on science and technologyl; 2) Building a higher education system from scratch...