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The story of Gorongosa National Park is a tale of hope. 90-99% of wildlife were killed during the civil war in Mozambique. Today, both the forest & wildlife population are back: #Biodiversity2020  #ForPeopleForPlanet 

To survive parched pond beds during monthslong dry seasons in countries like Zimbabwe and Mozambique, the African turquoise killifish does something usually reserved for the realm of sci-fi: Its embryos enter suspended animation.

The path to inclusive growth in #Mozambique : closing the rural #infrastructure  gap.

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His Holiness, the Pope travelling in a Mahindra KUV100 in Mozambique. A moment of pride & immense honour for all of us. Our distributor in Maputo supported the Pope’s Feed the Project & earned this honour. You always Rise when you do good...

And here are some ways to help cyclone victims in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe:

Killing of five bald men in Mozambique is linked to a new superstitious belief that bald men have gold in their head

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I express my sorrow and closeness to the dear people of Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi, affected by Cyclone Idai. I entrust the many victims and their families to the mercy of God. #PrayForAfrica  #cycloneIdai 

This is not merely the latest Viral Clip, nor would I think she'd want it to be. It is a clarion call. The Midwest is flooding right now, as is Mozambique. Climate change is ending American lives right now, and many more all around the world. Wake up.

The devastating cyclone affecting millions of people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi is yet another reminder that while corporations in the global North are the main polluters, the poor in the South suffer most. Climate change is killing people. We must do more, now.

Beira, Mozambique “will go down in history as having been the first city to be completely devastated by climate change,” said Graça Machel, the country’s former first lady. UN: This is the worst weather disaster in history in the Southern Hemisphere.

An estimated 900,000 children in Mozambique have been orphaned, separated from their families, made homeless, or otherwise affected by Cyclone Idai, officials say. That's half of the 1.8 million people impacted overall.

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