Mozambique programme plan for 2013

Mozambique programme plan for 2013

05 June 2013

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Mozambique.

 

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Despite dynamic economic growth in Mozambique, 75% of the population live on less than US$1.25/day, 54.7% live below the official poverty line, 44% of children <5 are chronically malnourished and <5 mortality is 147.2 per 1,000. HIV/AIDS prevalence is 16% and the country is the 6th most vulnerable country to climate change and 184th on the 2011 HDI. Foreign Direct Investment has increased from USD$1 Billion in 2010 to USD$2.1 Billion in 2011 or 16.4% of GDP. Investement in the extractive sector consitututed 87% of all FDI in 2011. Domestic fiscal income will eclipse donor budget support in the 2012-2016 period. Donor influence has however declined since the donor strike of 2010. In 2012 several countries withdrew from General Budget Support (GBS), some due to the slow reform process, and others due to financial austerity in their home countries. 2013 is a significant year in which Mozambique will shift its fiscal dependence from the aid sector to the extractive industry. With the decline in project funding in the public budget, political decisions behind spending will be highly significant. The aid sector will need to adjust its engagement with Mozambique to promote a socially inclusive growth model reflective of Mozambique’s increased medium and long term income.

 

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Mozambique programme plan for 2013

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Mozambique.