Innovation Digest for Mozambique

Impact stories, useful information, country data and more

Mozambique Centre for Education Innovations

AZLera’s Projecto Oceano is an education programme for talented and ambitious students living on the Ilha de Moçambique, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The project has been self-funded since its inception, and works with the island’s leading primary and secondary school students on a variety of academic, practical and employment-focused courses.

Energy and Finance Sector Innovations Boost Entrepreneurship

Off-grid energy solutions such as solar power and digital-based financing mechanisms are improving access to electricity and finance for businesses, and are boosting the growth of small and medium enterprises in African countries like Mozambique.

Exploring Innovative Approaches to Disaster Management

The World Food Programme and Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Management are developing a common framework for the effective use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology (commonly known as drones) for emergency response in the country. Mozambique remains one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, highly vulnerable to extreme climatic events such as floods and cyclones.