Stories about Mozambique from August, 2008
Sweden and Switzerland have announced budget support cuts to Mozambique, over claims of lack of progress from the country's government in fighting corruption. Was it actually better for the country? Amílcar da Paz finds it out in a thought-provoking article by Mozambican Sociologist Elísio Macamo.
Jest nas Wielu [pt] is helping to spread the news about a petition demanding an immediate ceasefire and the removal of Russian troops off Georgian territories.
Paulo Granjo [pt] criticizes a redundant local campaign in Mozambique to motivate woman to breast-feed, already a popular habit, which can have disastrous consequences in a country plaged by AIDS. “The most basic common sense is to detect HIV in pregnant women as early as possible, to provide them with...
What will Mozambique be like in 30 years? Sociologist Carlos Serra provides nine "Byzantine" scenarios and invites his readers to amend them as they see fit