In this image made from video, Rwandan and Mozambican police speak to returnees in Palma, Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique

​​International support bolsters Mozambique’s fight against insurgents in Cabo Delgado


After initially resisting international support, Mozambican forces have recaptured Mocímboa da Praia with the help of Rwandan soldiers, a city that was taken by insurgents last year.

President of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi wears a suit behind a military officer in uniform.

ISIS-linked port seizure signals growing terrorism threat in Mozambique

The abandoned headquarters of Mozambican opposition party Renamo is pictured in the port city of Beira, ahead of local government elections, Nov. 19, 2013.

Life after combat: How relationships in wartime continue to shape society

Critical State
A woman stands near the corner of a house next to a flooded field.

In Idai’s wake, aid groups worry about ‘double tragedy’ of cholera

Climate Change
Gilda Maviango, right, and grandmother Salfina with Gilda's baby

Photos show the struggles women in Mozambique face getting health care


Farmers in Mozambique trying to adapt farming to climate change


As the rain and water in Mozambique becomes less predictable and less suited to subsistence farming, aid groups and the local government are trying to help some change the way they farm so they’re not so paralyzed by a flood or a drought. But there’s a lot of work to do.

The World

Mozambique Coal Rush

The Moatize district of Mozambique will soon host the largest open-cast coal mine on the planet. With major coal producers China and India now looking to other countries to support rising demands and diminishing reserves, coal-rich Mozambique stands to benefit….but at what cost?

Africa Fooding Aftermath

Host Steve Curwood speaks with Raymond Offenheiser, president of Oxfam America, about the devastating floods in the southern African country of Mozambique.

The World

Mozambicans flee South Africa

Conflict & Justice

Anti-immigrant violence in South Africa has forced thousands of Mozambicans there to flood over the border back home, and Mozambique’s government has mobilized to deal with the influx