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Mozambique: the mphanda nkuwa struggle

Green Marker Mozambique: the mphanda nkuwa struggle

FoE Mozambique/Justiça Ambiental (JA!) has been campaigning with communities in the Zambezi River Basin for more than nine years, to address the impacts of the existing Cahora Bassa dam and to stop the construction of the proposed Mphnada Nkuwa dam.

 

For a poor country like Mozambique, where less than 14% of the people have access to electricity, investing over US$2 billion dollars in a project primarily intended to export to energy-hungry South Africa, not only ignores the needs of the country, but forces the poorest of the poor to cover the costs.

 

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FoE Mozambique/Justiça Ambiental (JA!) has been campaigning with communities in the Zambezi River Basin for more than nine years, to address the impacts of the existing Cahora Bassa dam and to stop the construction of the proposed Mphnada Nkuwa dam.

 

For a poor country like Mozambique, where less than 14% of the people have access to electricity, investing over US$2 billion dollars in a project primarily intended to export to energy-hungry South Africa, not only ignores the needs of the country, but forces the poorest of the poor to cover the costs.

 

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