We work in Mozambique to help the country transform itself into a thriving gateway of trade in investment.

Mozambique experienced huge progress after its civil war ended in 1992. It has been the fastest growing, non-oil economy in sub-Saharan Africa in the last 15 years.

However, this growth has not led to a corresponding reduction in poverty. Three out of 4 people in Mozambique live below the poverty line.

Access to even the most basic services, such as water, healthcare and schooling, is limited.

We share the country’s ambition to transform itself from a poor and post-conflict nation to a thriving gateway of trade and investment in the region.

DFID funds many organisations who are working to end poverty through open competition. Find out more about how our funding schemes work and the application processes.

For detailed information on our programme and what the UK spends on development in Mozambique, see the DFID Mozambique operational plan 2014. See also our Development Tracker to explore international development projects funded by the UK government by country and sector.

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DFID Mozambique

3rd Floor, JAT Building
Av.25 Setembro 420
Caixa Postal 93