USAID-Mozambique Partnership

USAID’s community care program in Cabo Delgado, the northernmost province of Mozambique. Photo by: USAID Mozambique / CC BY-NC

After three decades of civil unrest, violence and economic difficulties, Mozambique finally gained stability in 1992, when a peace accord was signed between the ruling party’s Mozambique Liberation Front, or Frelimo, and the opposition movement Mozambican National Resistance, or Renamo.

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