CERF-funded Project

Mozambique

Improve access to life saving interventions to populations affected by floods and insecurity in Cabo Delgado province. (20-RR-CEF-031)

Project overview

The main objective of this UNICEF project was to provide life-saving assistance to people affected by floods and insecurity in Cabo Delgado province, including water, sanitation, and hygiene, child protection, nutrition, and education. The project provided School-in-a-Box kits (170), Learners’ kits (15,403), tarpaulin sheets (600), and chalkboards (298). 36,570 beneficiaries received household water treatment products, and 5,070 Hygiene and Female Dignity kits were distributed to the affected families. At the same time, 1,438 children were reached through protection case management, and 690 were treated for SAM. The project provided life-saving assistance to 83,094 persons in the water, sanitation, and hygiene sector: 12,805 persons in child protection, 690 severely malnourished children, and 28,000 children in education. including 27487 people with disabilities

Sector Amount in US$
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene US$641,852
Protection US$171,160
Nutrition US$117,673
Education US$139,068