A ADRA Mozambique was established in 1987 as a response to humanitarian crises, created by civilian war. The emergency activities started at Inhambane province district of Vilankulos responding to lack of food as a result of several droughts occurred in that place of the country. The spectrum of emergency activities is pointed to drought; flood and other calamities wish can affect the population.
Most of the activities developed in emergency sector of ADRA, a oriented to distribution of accommodation kits, hygiene kits.
ADRA had worked with WFP after flood in Maganja da Costa and Mocuba district. Targeting 20800 beneficiaries, distributing legumes, cereals and oils.
After the flood also the organization in partnership with WFP and the local government, where the affected population work at the places where the government identify for their establishment in terms of cleaning the area, opening roads, construction of latrines, planting trees and home garden. In accord to the achievements their where paid with cooking oil, maize flower and soybean. This was Food-For-Asset program, which targeted 11.490 beneficiaries.
“It was around mid-night, I was asleep with my children when suddenly I heard my neighbor shouting frantically that we needed to get out of the house. I was shaken. There was so much noise and commotion outside. I managed to run out with my children and before we knew...read more