CARE's work in Mozambique
CARE has worked in Mozambique since 1986, initially offering emergency assistance to people fleeing civil war. We now run disaster recovery and long-term development projects on water, sanitation, access to food, governance and HIV. We help families earn a decent living and grow enough food to eat and sell, improving diets and nutrition as well as incomes. We work with farmers to increase their crop yields, improve their farming methods and get their produce to market. We help communities prepare for future disasters and provide training in conservation farming and natural resource management to help combat climate change.