Locals in a fishing town in Mozambique are paying the price for the expected gas boom. Mozambique is tipped to become world’s third largest exporter of natural gas. What about residents who feel abandoned and forgotten?
The HOPEM, "Men for Change Network", wants to change typical masculine mentalities: It runs cooking classes for men. Many participants say it has given them a new appreciation for the work their wives do every day.
In many African countries, people with disabilities still face challenges and prejudices. In Mozambique, a businessman helps them get a foothold in the labor market and has also founded a soccer team for blind players.
In Mafalala, on the outskirts of Mozambique's capital, Maputo, Ivan Laranjeira and his friends take visitors on a tour, introducing them to the country's history as well as to some of Mafalala's most famous sons.
As in many African countries, pollution has become a big problem in Mozambique. The impact of inadequate trash disposal is visible along the coast. Environmentalist Carlos Serra Junior decided something had to be done.
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