Kulima has been supporting CARE International in Mozambique to develop a project on water and sanitation in northern Mozambique. Mozambique is currently falling short of meeting the Millennium Development Goal on halving the number of people without access to water and sanitation. Cabo Delgado province, in the north of the country, has the highest levels of child stunting, and regularly suffers from outbreaks of diarrhoeal disease and cholera, particularly in the aftermath of tropical cyclones and floods. The proposal is based on the use of CARE’s Community Led Total Sanitation methodology to improve access to water and sanitation, and will be rolled out in around 25-30 villages in the province. The project will last for 3 years, until 2015.
- Kulima participates in southern Africa’s first “testbed” for alerts of thunderstorms under the WISER EWSA project January 29, 2024
- WISER Early Warnings for Southern Africa project holds workshops in Zambia November 7, 2023
- “Status of global coastal adaptation” New paper with inputs from Kulima October 19, 2023
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