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Mozambique
Focal point
Mr. Marcos Eugenio da Silva Sapateiro
National Focal Point for Sustainable Development (UNCSD)
Acordos de Lusaka Avenue nO 2115
PoBox 2020
Telef: +258 21466495
Mobile: +258 824893650
E-mail: marcoseugenioda@yahoo.com.br
Maputo, Mozambique
Partnerships & Commitments
The below is a listing of all partnership initiatives and voluntary commitments where Mozambique is listed as a partner or lead entity in the Partnerships for SDGs online platform
From water scarcity to abundance on SIDS using solar desalination

The majority of SIDS face water scarcity. Being at the forefront of climate change, with increasing demand through population growth and tourism is the cause. As water is part of everything we do, lack of water means lack of development. Desalination can solve the water shortages. With high energy tariffs on islands, desalination of seawater becomes an expensive exercise. At the same time, islands enjoy the wind, an abundance of sunshine and ocean views. This makes desalination powered directly by renewable energy interesting, with a great potential for decentralized and small-scale island...[more]

Partners
The water utility The local, regional and national government Resorts, communities, industries, private properties, municipalities Regulatory bodies Local civil works partners Elemental Water Makers, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Cape Verde, Canary Islands, Indonesia, Philippines, Mozambique
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals
Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism

The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is an organizational network of tourism stakeholders of the public and private sectors, non-profits, UN agencies and programmes, international organizations and academic institutions. Partner organizations share the common vision and understanding of the goal of "sustainable tourism" and collaborate internationally, regionally or nationally to transform tourism globally. The mission is to transform the way tourism is done worldwide by building partnerships to support the implementation of sustainable tourism practices at destinations through adop...[more]

Partners
United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP), Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia, the Government of France, Ministry of Tourism of the Kingdom of Morocco, Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Korea, the Travel Foundation, World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...[more]
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals
IHO Hydrography Capacity Building Programme for Coastal States

The IHO capacity building programme seeks to assess and advise on how countries can best meet their international obligations and serve their own best interests by providing appropriate hydrographic and nautical charting services. Such services directly support safety of navigation, safety of life at sea, efficient sea transportation and the wider use of the seas and oceans in a sustainable way, including the protection of the marine environment, coastal zone management, fishing, marine resource exploration and exploitation, maritime boundary delimitation, maritime defence and security, and o...[more]

Partners
International Hydrographic Organization (IGO); 87 IHO Member States (Governments); International Maritime Organization (UN); World Meteorological Organization (UN); International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (NGO)
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals
Mozambican Marine Spatial Planning for coastal and ocean management

Mozambique seascape is characterized by huge diversity of ecosystems like mangrove forests, coral reefs, seagrass, beaches, estuaries and the open sea. The coastline is interrupted in some locations by nine international rivers, and many seasonal and intermittent rivers that drain into the Indian Ocean. Twenty three percent of the marine Mozambican jurisdictional waters was declared Marine Protected Areas which cover four specific geographical areas namely Quirimbas National Park, Primeiras and Segundas Islands in the north, Bazaruto National Park and Ponta dOuro Special and Partial Reserve. A...[more]

Partners
Ministry of Sea Inland Water and Fisheries (Lead entity), Ministry of Land, Environment and Rural Development (Government), Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (Government), Ministry of Transport and Communication (Government), Municipalities (Government), University Eduardo Mondlane (Academic Institution), Civil Society Organization Forum (Civil Society Organization).
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals
Mozambique commits to increase the percentage of children immunized aged under 1 and to increase the number of HIV+ children receiving ARTs

Mozambique commits to increase the percentage of children immunized aged under 1, from 69 to 90 percent by 2012 and to increase the number of HIV+ children receiving ARTs from 11, 900 to 31,000 by 2012. Mozambique will also increase contraceptive prevalence from 24 to 34 % by 2015 and will increase institutional deliveries from a level of 49% to 66% by 2015. Mozambique also commits to establish a centre for the treatment of obstetric fistula in each province by 2015.

Partners
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals
The N'hambita Community Carbon Project

The N'hambita Community Carbon Project in Mozambique pays 1000 smallholder farmers in the buffer zone of the Gorongosa National Park in Sofala Province for sequestering carbon through the adoption of agroforestry practices and for reduced emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD) of miombo woodlands. Source: World Resources Institute (2011) A Compilation of Green Economy Policies, Programs, and Initiatives from Around the World. The Green Economy in Practice: Interactive Workshop 1, February 11th, 2011 Initiated in 2003, the project pays 1000 smallholder farmers in the buffer zone...[more]

Partners
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals
Western Indian Ocean Coastal Challenge (WIOCC)

The WIOCC is a country led partnership that promotes actions for climate resilient development that achieves effective conservation of biodiversity, enhanced livelihood and economies for greater social security among coastal communities. The WIOCC mobilises the political, financial and technical commitment at national and regional levels by inspiring leadership and facilitating collaboration towards a shared, long-term vision.

Partners
Comoros, France-Réunion, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Tanzania and Zanzibar; European Union; Indian Ocean Commission (IOC); UNEP Nairobi Convention Secretariat; Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity; Global Island Partnership (GLISPA); Western Indian Ocean Consortium (WIO-C) including the WCS, IUCN, WWF, WIOMSA, CORDIO, IOC-Indian Ocean Commission, NEPAD an...[more]
Action Network
Sustainable Development Goals