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          Cabela Family Foundation historic conservation effort transplants two dozen lions to Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

"Twenty Four Lions" is largest move and release of wild lions across an international border in history, aims to completely balance 2.5 M acre ecosystem ZAMBEZE DELTA, Mozambique, Aug. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cabela Family Foundation, along with wildlife experts, has released 24...



          Csodálatosan szép 9.70 ct vér vörös természetes rubin certifikáttal - Jelenlegi ára: 49 999 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gyönyörű rubin dobozban, certifikáttal. A képek nem adják vissza a valódi szépségét. Egy hasonló méretű és színű darabból és ebből egy meseszép fülbevaló párt készíthet egy hozzá értő szakember. Természetesen van is egy a termékeim között, és kis szerencsével be tudok szerezni még egy harmadikat is, amivel már egy teljes ékszerszett is elkészíthető.
Természetes vörös rubin
 Csiszolás: ovális
Szín: vörös
Mennyiség: 1db
Súly: 9. 70 Ct.
Méret: 13. 68 x 10. 48 x 6. 61 mm
Származás: Mozambique
Kezelés: Hőkezelt

Csodálatosan szép 9.70 ct vér vörös természetes rubin certifikáttal
Jelenlegi ára: 49 999 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-09 01:16
          Gloob licenció la serie infantil “Brainiacs” en la región MENA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La historia, coproducida entre la división del grupo Globo y Mixer Films llega a 20 países del mercado, incluyendo países de la ex-Yugoslavia, Angola y Mozambique, luego de cerrar un acuerdo regional con Nat Geo Kids Abu Dhabi.
          Mozambique for taxon Cyrena astartina E. von Martens, 1860      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Mozambique for taxon Spatha petersi E. von Martens, 1860      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Is This Europe’s Newest Oil & Gas Producer?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Few countries have a hydrocarbon history as difficult and convoluted as Portugal. It has lost its colonies just as Angola’s oil production was on the brink of multiplying – later even Mozambique turned out to be a superb gas-producing region with giant fields like Rovuma. Currently, Portugal has no oil production whatsoever, perhaps a noteworthy reminder that the progenitor of the leading Portuguese oil company, Galp Energia, was established specifically for the purposes of exploration and production in Africa, not in Europe. Recently,…
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Mozambique Finalizes Block 5 Oil Deals with Multinational Firms
August 07, 2018 5:15 PM
Reuters

FILE - A general view of Sasol's gas project is seen in Temane, Mozambique, June 1, 2004.

MAPUTO —Mozambique's government on Tuesday approved contracts giving exclusive rights to energy companies to act on concessions awarded to them to explore for oil following four years of negotiations and delays that threatened to derail the projects.

Cabinet spokeswoman Ana Comoana said the companies could now go ahead with mining operations to tap offshore oil reserves that experts say are enough to supply energy to Britain, France, Germany and Italy for over 20 years.

Mozambique is desperate to plug gaps in government revenue after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) canceled funding in 2016 citing concerns about how $2 billion in loans was spent.

"The contracts give the concessionaires exclusive rights to conduct oil operations with the aim to produce oil from the natural resources deposits underneath the areas," Comoana said following a cabinet meeting.

Norwegian company Statoil, Italy's Eni, Exxon Mobil, Delonex Energy, South Africa's Sasol and Mozambique's national oil and gas company ENH were awarded the exploration rights in the area of Mozambique's Northern Zambezi basin, known as block 5, in 2015.

Statoil — now known as Equinor — quit negotiations in January, while Delonex this year withdrew from its concession over the deadlock with government.

More than $30 billion is expected to be invested in Mozambique's natural gas sector to build capacity to produce 20 million tons per year of LNG, with the first exports due to start in 2021.

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IMF Keeps Mozambique Under Its Purview
August 3, 2018
IMF News Release

End-of-Mission press releases include statements of IMF staff teams that convey preliminary findings after a visit to a country. The views expressed in this statement are those of the IMF staff and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF’s Executive Board. This mission will not result in a Board discussion.

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by Ricardo Velloso visited Maputo during July 25–August 3, 2018, to take stock of recent macroeconomic developments, update the macroeconomic framework for 2018-19, and provide input to the preparation of the 2019 draft budget.

At the end of the mission, Mr. Velloso issued the following statement:

“The Mozambican economy is recovering gradually. Real GDP growth reached 3¾ percent in 2017—¾ percentage point higher than projected by Fund staff in the last Article IV consultation—supported by a stronger-than-expected recovery in agriculture and significantly higher mining production. Inflation declined rapidly, from a peak of 26 percent (year-on-year) in November 2016 to about 6 percent (year-on-year) in June, reflecting tight monetary policy, exchange rate stability, and decelerating food price increases. Strong export performance and subdued import growth have helped narrow the external current account deficit, supporting a large accumulation of international reserves, which at end-June covered about 6⅔ months of next year’s projected non-megaproject imports.

“On the fiscal front, the government took important measures that helped contain the fiscal deficit: subsidies on fuel and wheat were eliminated, an automatic fuel price adjustment mechanism was adopted, and electricity and public transportation prices were increased. Responding to rapid disinflation, the Bank of Mozambique has been easing monetary policy, cutting its policy rate by a total of 600 basis points since April 2017.

“The near-term outlook is of gradual and broad-based recovery in economic activity and subdued inflation. Real GDP growth is projected in the range of 3½ percent to 4 percent in 2018, picking up to the range of 4 percent to 4½ percent in 2019. This recovery is expected to be supported by further declines in interest rates given the benign inflation outlook. Inflation is projected to remain low at 6½ percent in 2018, and to decelerate to 5½ percent in 2019. International reserves are projected to remain at comfortable levels in 2018 and 2019.

“Regarding the ongoing preparations for the 2019 budget, the mission recommended the submission of a draft budget underpinned by realistic macroeconomic assumptions, as well as prudent revenue and spending projections. On the revenue side, the mission recommended removing VAT exemptions, except for basic basket goods, and strengthening VAT administration. It advised, on the spending side, reducing the size of the wage bill as a share of GDP through moderation in wage increases, particularly for top earners in the public sector, and parsimony in additional hires, which should be limited to urgent needs in social sectors. The mission also stressed the importance to continue limiting other spending items through better prioritization, including public investment outlays.

“Given that public debt is in distress, the mission encouraged the government to rely to the maximum extent possible on external grant financing and highly concessional loans, while ensuring that issuance of debt guarantees strictly follows the new, stricter approval procedures established in December 2017. The mission welcomed the ongoing efforts to clear over time domestic payments arrears to suppliers, and adopt reforms in public financial management to avoid further accumulation of arrears. Also, it stressed the importance to eliminate over time the VAT refund backlog.

“The mission noted that there was room for the Bank of Mozambique to continue easing monetary policy, but noted that this should be done cautiously given the uncertainties in the world economy and those posed by a heavy electoral cycle in Mozambique. It encouraged the Bank of Mozambique to safeguard a comfortable level of international reserves, and maintain the flexible exchange rate regime that has served the country well.

“The mission held fruitful discussions with Minister of Economy and Finance Adriano Maleiane, Bank of Mozambique Governor Rogério Zandamela and other senior government officials, representatives from the Assembly of the Republic, private sector, and the donor community. The mission thanks the authorities for their availability and cooperation as well as the arrangements made to facilitate the mission’s work.”

IMF Communications Department
MEDIA RELATIONS
PRESS OFFICER: ISMAILA DIENG

PHONE: +1 202 623-7100EMAIL: MEDIA@IMF.ORG

          Basketball: U18 Girls Team in Maputo for African champs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The national U18 ladies basketball team has arrived in Maputo, Mozambique ahead of the 15th FIBA African U-18 Women’s Championships, – scheduled August 10-19. The 12-player team, under the guidance of head coach Charles Mushumba, left the country on Wednesday morning aboard a Kenya Airways flight....
          AB InBev envisage d’ouvrir sa première brasserie au Mozambique durant le second semestre 2019      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Agence Ecofin) - AB InBev, le chef de file mondial de l’industrie brassicole compte lancer sa première usine sur le sol mozambicain pendant la seconde moitié de l’année 2019. L’information relayée par Bloomberg a été annoncée par Carlos Brito (photo), PDG de la compagnie.
          Artes plásticas y La rumba de Pedro Pablo ponen el sabor y ritmo cubano en la inauguración CubaCultura 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Harina de Otro Costal acoge desde hoy una intensa semana de encuentro cultural entre la isla y la provincia de Huelva, con fotografía, música, cine, teatro, y literatura

La inaguración de Cubacultura 2018 en el Centro de Arte Harina de Otro Costal de Trigueros ha dado hoy el pistoletazo de salida a una intensa semana de actividades que volverá a propiciar un encuentro cultural entre Cuba y la provincia de Huelva.

El diputado provincial y alcalde de Trigueros, Cristóbal Romero, y los responsables de Harina de Otro Costal, Juan Manuel Seisdedos y Lourdes Santos, han dado la bienvenida a la cuarta edición de este ciclo, con el que colabora la Diputación de Huelva, y en el que participan figuras de primera línea de la cultura de ambos países y su producción, tanto de música, cine, arquitectura, artes plásticas y literatura. El acto de apertura también ha contado con la presencia de la actriz cubana Laura de la Uz, que participa en Cubacultura con una obra de teatro y del fotógrafo Héctor Garrido, ambos colaboradores del ciclo desde su creación.

Tras las intervenciones se ha inaugurado la exposición 'El Creador de Mundos' de Arián Irsula, pintor, fotógrafo y diseñador grafico cubano y artista invitado en esta edición de Cubacultura. El título de la muestra hace mención a su trabajo "como un creador de superficies de naturaleza abstracta, un estudioso de la cosmología, la geografía y la cartografía. Un alquimista de imágenes".

La obra de Irsula lleva al espectador a transitar por su mundo creativos y encontrar por el camino "obras que no son perceptibles a simple vista por el ojo humano, pero que el artista, con su propuesta estética da la posibilidad de ver más allá de toda superficie, brindando ese acercamiento a superficies muy elaboradas desde una gestualidad informalista o dripping, al uso de técnicas convencionales como acrílico sobre lienzo u otras más experimentales como la descomposición de materias, fórmulas y reacciones químicas"

Las artes plásticas han dado paso a la música con 'La rumba de Pedro Pablo', el concierto de inaguración que ha llenado de ritmo la noche en Harina de Otro Costal. Un espectáculo del prestigioso percusionista cubano Pedro Pablo Rodríguez Mireles, acompañado por su grupo, Three Cuban Jazz. El concierto ha hecho un recorrido por bailes, toques y cantos de las diferentes tribus africanas que llevaron los españoles a la Isla de Cuba, en sus celebraciones le cantaban a los Orishas que eran sus dioses y estos cantos quedaron en la cultura cubana. La unión de la cultura cubana con la cultura española dio origen a la música popular, reflejada en este espectáculo mediante el complejo de La Rumba, que es el Yambú, la Columbia y el Guaguancó. No han faltado otros géneros, como el Mozambique, la Makuta, el Palo o el Garabato, sin dejar pasar por alto la conga.

Fotografía, cine, teatro, literatura y música de ida y vuelta

El jueves 9 la fotografía será protagonista, de la mano almeriense José María Mellado que presentará su libro de fotografías “Cuba. Al otro lado del espejo” en  diálogo con Héctor Garrido. El cine tampoco falta en esta edición de Cubacultura, con la proyección de la película 'El techo', de Patricia Ramos, el día 9, y 'Conducta' de Ernesto Daranas, el 10.

El teatro correrá a cargo de Laura de la Uz, una de las alma mater del ciclo, que representará la obra 'Cómo ser una estrella en Cuba y no morir en el intento'. El día siguiente, domingo 12, se darán la mano la Literatura el documental. La primera con la presentación de los libros 'Crónicas de la Habana' de Mauricio Vicent y Juan Padrón; 'Cuba en la encrucijada', editado por Leila Guerrero y 'La luz, broder, la luz y 'Recreos para la burocracia', ambos de Sigfredo Ariel. La proyección documental será 'Música para vivir', de Mauricio Vicent y Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón.

Raúl Rodríguez y su conferencia musicada''Antropología de ida y vuelta' es la propuesta para la noche del lunes 13. Y el día 14, será el turno de la lectura en vida del 'Diario de a bordo de Cristóbal Colón' por el actor Ernesto Arias,  con el comentario académico recitado por Juan José Oña.

La clausura de CubaCultura 2018 el día 15 correrá a cargo de Descemer Bueno (la Habana, 1971), Compositor, contrabajista, percusionista y productor musical y "uno de los músicos cubanos más importantes y populares del momento", según ha subrayado Lourdes Santos, quien considera un lujo poder escucharlo en Trigueros enmedio de una gira internacional que lo llevará a Madrid y a Barcelona. Durante toda la semana habrá coctelería cubana, música en vivo y tienda de libros y artesanía.

Desde 2014, primer año de Cubacultura, se dan cita en Harina de otro Costal figuras de primera línea de la cultura de ambos países y de sus obras. El Centro de Arte acoge lo mejor de la producción cubana de música, cine, arquitectura, artes plásticas, literatura....y sus artífices, que se encuentran con sus correspondientes españoles y con el público. La mayor parte de las formas de expresión artística y cultural en un ambiente agradable bajo el cielo de verano de la Campiña de Huelva.

Las cuatro ediciones anteriores del Ciclo CubaCultura han obtenido una interesante repercusión tanto en asistencia de público, como en presencia en medios de comunicación nacionales e internacionales.

Desde el pasado año se trata de un ciclo de ida y vuelta, con la celebración de HuelvaCultura en la ciudad de La Habana. Una propuesta que, según ha anunciado Lourdes Santos, este año estará dedicada a la figura del premio Nobel Juan Ramón Jiménez.


          Mozambique for taxon Cyrena astartina E. von Martens, 1860      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Mozambique for taxon Spatha petersi E. von Martens, 1860      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Mozambique for taxon Unio mossambicensis E. von Martens, 1860      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Is This Europe’s Newest Oil & Gas Producer?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Few countries have a hydrocarbon history as difficult and convoluted as Portugal. It has lost its colonies just as Angola’s oil production was on the brink of multiplying – later even Mozambique turned out to be a superb gas-producing region with giant fields like Rovuma. Currently, Portugal has no oil production whatsoever, perhaps a noteworthy reminder that the progenitor of the leading Portuguese oil company, Galp Energia, was established specifically for the purposes of exploration and production in Africa, not in Europe. Recently,…
          Current Challenges of Plastic Surgical Care in Sub-Saharan Africa (Maputo, Mozambique)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Background: Limited data exist on plastic surgery practices in Sub-Saharan Africa. The aim of this study was to characterize the spectrum of disease and operative procedures at a teaching hospital in Maputo, Mozambique to help understand the challenges of providing care for the local providers and to provide contextual relevance for training through partnerships. Methods: A mixed-methods approach was utilized to perform an ongoing needs assessment. A retrospective review was performed of plastic surgery operative records, ward admissions records, and death records in a tertiary-care hospital in Maputo, Mozambique for the period January 2015 to December 2015. Results: Limited resources (equipment, block-time, personnel, and perioperative services) were observed. The most common diagnoses for the 455 patients evaluated were burns (44%) and neoplasms (17%). Congenital abnormalities accounted for only 1% of the patient diagnoses. Of the 408 procedures performed, the majority were skin grafts (43%) and skin excisions (31%). Sepsis from burns accounted for 70% of documented deaths (14/20). The mean number of days to skin grafting for inpatients was 53 days. Conclusion: We observed a large burden of burns and skin graft procedures at a public referral teaching hospital in Mozambique. Our findings provide contextual relevance to help focus public health efforts and improve plastic surgery training and practices. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 (CCBY), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Published online 7 August 2018. Received for publication April 4, 2018; accepted June 13, 2018. Disclosure: The authors have no financial interest to declare in relation to the content of this article. The Article Processing Charge was paid for by the authors. Daniel A. DeUgarte, MD, MS, Co-Director, Global Health Education Programs, Department of Surgery, UCLA and Harbor-UCLA, UCLA Center for World Health, David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA, Box 709818, 10833 Le Conte Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90095, E-mail: ddeugarte@mednet.ucla.edu Copyright © 2018 The Authors. Published by Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. on behalf of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. All rights reserved.
          En un esfuerzo histórico de conservación, la Cabela Family Foundation traslada 24 leones a Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

«Twenty Four Lions» («Veinticuatro Leones») constituye el mayor translado y liberación de leones salvajes a través de una frontera internacional de la historia. Tiene como objetivo equilibrar completamente un ecosistema de 2,5 millones de hectáreas DELTA ZAMBEZE, Mozambique, 9 de agosto...


          Liberan a 24 leones en Mozambique en un esfuerzo histórico de conservación      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El proyecto 'Twenty Four Lions' tiene como objetivo equilibrar un ecosistema de 2,5 millones de hectáreas
          COMUNICADO: En un esfuerzo histórico de conservación, la Cabela Family Foundation traslada 24 leones a Mozambique (1)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
«Twenty Four Lions» («Veinticuatro Leones») constituye el mayor translado y liberación de leones salvajes a través de una frontera internacional de la historia.
          COMUNICADO: En un esfuerzo histórico de conservación, la Cabela Family Foundation traslada 24 leones a Mozambique (2)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Esta organización de conservación sin ánimo de lucro desarrolla e implementa soluciones integrales de conservación de la vida salvaje con la participación de las comunidades indígenas.
          Combien d'années faudra-t-il pour sauver Madagascar ?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tous azimuts, non-alignés, financements parallèles, IPPTE... Les mots à la mode se suivent et disparaissent sans demander leur reste. L'expression tendance du moment dont les politiciens s'arrachent et mettent à toutes les sauces est émergence. Qu'en est-il exactement pour Madagascar ?

Saison des élections, saison des promesses. Qui sera le meilleur dans cet exercice ? Nous étions témoin oculaire et auditif d'une déclaration sur la place du 13 mai en 2002 par un  candidat qui se battait pour ne pas faire un 2ème tour : "je me donne deux ans pour faire de Madagascar le dragon de l'océan Indien !". Andry Rajoelina, lui, affirme pouvoir rattraper le retard de Madagascar en cinq ans.  C'est un peu plus long pour Dama, dix ans. Enfin, Hery Rajaonarimampianina parle de 2030.

Tous voient en Madagascar un pays émergent. Selon la huitième édition de la note de conjoncture économique de Madagascar par la  Banque Mondiale, Madagascar enregistre une croissance économique à la hausse depuis cinq ans. Passant de 2,3 % en 2013 à environ 4,2 % en 2017, la croissance du PIB a constamment augmenté depuis 2013 et devrait s’établir à 5 % en 2018. L’incidence de pauvreté, basée sur un seuil de 1,90 dollar par jour et par parité de pouvoir d’achat, devrait baisser de 75 % en 2018 à 73 % en 2020.

Mais concrètement,  en matière d'émergence, Madagascar est encore classé parmi les pays "potentiels" au même titre que les Comores, l'Ethiopie et la Mozambique, selon l’Observatoire pour l’émergence en Afrique (Obema), un think tank d’experts africains.

Madagascar, émergence, présidentielle 2018, Ravalomanana, Rajoelina, Dama Mahaleo, Rajaonarimampianina

Mais alors, combien d'années faudra-t-il pour sauver Madagascar ? L'International Country Risk Guide du PRS Group s'est penché sur la question. Et c'est plutôt compliqué.

Madagascar, émergence, présidentielle 2018, Ravalomanana, Rajoelina, Dama Mahaleo, Rajaonarimampianina

On n'est prêt de sortir de l'auberge.

Vivriez-vous encore assez longtemps pour en être témoins ?

madagascar,émergence,présidentielle 2018,ravalomanana,rajoelina,dama mahaleo,rajaonarimampianina

 

En moyenne, un Malgache vit plus longtemps (65,5 ans) qu'un Rwandais (64,5), un Kenyan (62,1) ou même un Sud-Africain (57,4). C'est du moins selon le World Economic Forum. Alors, patience...

Randy

Madagascar,émergence,présidentielle 2018,ravalomanana,rajoelina,dama mahaleo,rajaonarimampianina

Qui occupera le trône en 2019 ?


          Cabela Family Foundation historische inspanning voor natuurbehoud verplaatst twee dozijn leeuwen naar Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

"Twenty Four Lions" is de grootste internationale verplaatsing en vrijlating van in het wild levende leeuwen ooit, en het doel is om een volledig evenwicht te creëren in het ecosysteem ter grootte van 2,5 miljoen hectare ZAMBEZE DELTA, Mozambique, 9 augustus 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- De Cabela ...


          A bubbling Islamist insurgency in Mozambique could grow deadlier      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

RESIDENTS of Naunde village were woken by gunshots at around 2am on June 5th. Two of the attackers carried guns. The other three, armed with machetes, set houses on fire. Then they chased down a local chief and hacked off his head in front of horrified neighbours. They also killed six others, including an Islamic leader whom they beheaded in a mosque.

The attack, documented by Human Rights Watch, a pressure group, is one of several dozen carried out by jihadists in Cabo Delgado—a mostly Muslim, coastal province in Mozambique’s far north—since October 2017. Recently many have followed a similar pattern: hit-and-run raids during which attackers torch houses, steal supplies and behead victims. In May terrorists decapitated ten people, including children. Officials have tried to brush off the violence as mere banditry. But the attacks appear to be increasing.

Who the killers are and what they want is not entirely clear. Uncertainty surrounds even their name. They are known as Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jamaah (Arabic for “followers of the prophetic tradition”), though locals also refer to them as al-Shabab (“the youth”). They have no known ties to the jihadist group in Somalia, which is also called al-Shabab, but some researchers think the jihadists in Mozambique have received training abroad.

Beyond touting a strict form of...


          Eradicating Leprosy in Mozambique, a Complicated Task      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By Elisio Muchanga     World Health Organization goodwill ambassador for Leprosy Elimination and chair of the Nippon Foundation, Yohei Sasakawa (left), holds the hand of a leprosy patient. Sasakawa visited Mozambique’s rural Namaita Centre to assess the progress of leprosy patients. The Nippon Foundation has been providing funds and medication in order to eliminate … Continue reading Eradicating Leprosy in Mozambique, a Complicated Task
          Un estudio en población del sur de Mozambique muestra que la mitad de los diagnosticados con VIH no empieza el tratamiento      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Mozambique, Nampula, Ilha, Nacala Bay, under dead coral, by diving, at 10-12 m depth, collected 2008-11-00, ex coll. J. Trausel. Image by Joop Trausel and Frans Slieker.
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Mozambique, Maputo, Maputo, by trawling, at 200-220 m depth, collected 2003-11-00, ex coll. J. Trausel. Image by Joop Trausel and Frans Slieker.
          New Agreement with China: Opportunity to Save Mozambique’s Forests      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Duncan Macqueen is a principal researcher on forests at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)*

The post New Agreement with China: Opportunity to Save Mozambique’s Forests appeared first on Inter Press Service.


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Mozambique, Nampula, Ilha, Nacala Bay, under dead coral, by diving, at 10-12 m depth, collected 2008-11-00, ex coll. J. Trausel. Image by Joop Trausel and Frans Slieker.
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Mozambique, Maputo, Maputo, by trawling, at 200-220 m depth, collected 2003-11-00, ex coll. J. Trausel. Image by Joop Trausel and Frans Slieker.
          Lophiotoma dickkilburni      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Mozambique, Zambezia, Quelimane, offshore, by trawling, at 35-40 m depth, collected 2001-05-00, ex coll. J. Trausel. Image by Joop Trausel and Frans Slieker.
          Comment on Pakistani fishermen save young whale shark by Whale shark travels, new research | Dear Kitty. Some blog      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[…] the areas where they come together in numbers, particularly where human pressures are also present. Whale sharks are an incidental catch in coastal gillnets, which are frequently used in Mozambique and Tanzania. The Arabian Gulf is a […]
          Video: Overview of the Portuguese Language (Português)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Portuguese language overview video

The lowdown on Portuguese

In this video, Paul gives a great overview of Portuguese including:

  • its history
  • where it is spoken (global distribution)
  • background on the writing system
  • what other languages have influenced it
  • what regional Portuguese varieties exist
  • very much more

Paul includes example samples of the Portuguese language to illustrate the main points of how the language works - super helpful for folks just getting started and interesting in general for language geeks like me.

Words from the videographer

This is a documentary style language profile about the Portuguese language which is spoken in Portugal, Brazil, and beyond.

Portuguese speakers

Portuguese is spoken by around 225 million people.

10 million speakers live in Portugal and 205 million in Brazil. There are 5 million native speakers in Angola and another 15 million that use it as a second language.

Portuguese is also spoken as a second language in Cape Verde by 500,000 people whose first language is a Portuguese creole. In Guinea-Bissau there are 200,000 native speakers and another 750,000 who also speak a variety of Portuguese-based creole.

Mozambique has 1.9 million native speakers and a whopping 10+ million creole speakers who also speak the language as their second.

São Tomé and Príncipe has a population of 120,000 native speakers.

About LangFocus

I've been a big fan of the LangFocus YouTube channel for quite some time now.

I visit it regularly to deepen my knowledge about languages in general - the videos are both academic and entertaining, a great combo.

The LangFocus creator, Paul, hails from Canada and is a language lover and polyglot who creates a wide variety of videos about languages and language learning. His work is supported by his listeners via Patreon.

Paul @langfocus you rock

Keep up the goods :) I want to interview you for an upcoming podcast.


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East Coast Radio — The flight of a female Lesser flamingo, known as Kucki, has covered a distance of 927km between Madagascar and Mozambique. She'd spent two years on the island, before making her return. The Endangered Wildlife Trust's Lourens Leeuwner...
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RESIDENTS of Naunde village were woken by gunshots at around 2am on June 5th. Two of the attackers carried guns. The other three, armed with machetes, set houses on fire. Then they chased down a local chief and hacked off his head in front of horrified neighbours. They also killed six others, including an Islamic leader whom they beheaded in a mosque.

The attack, documented by Human Rights Watch, a pressure group, is one of several dozen carried out by jihadists in Cabo Delgado—a mostly Muslim, coastal province in Mozambique’s far north—since October 2017. Recently many have followed a similar pattern: hit-and-run raids during which attackers torch houses, steal supplies and behead victims. In May terrorists decapitated ten people, including children. Officials have tried to brush off the violence as mere banditry. But the attacks appear to be increasing.

Who the killers are and what they want is not entirely clear. Uncertainty surrounds even their name. They are known as Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jamaah (Arabic for “followers of the prophetic tradition”), though locals also refer to them as al-Shabab (“the youth”). They have no known ties to the jihadist group in Somalia, which is also called al-Shabab, but some researchers think the jihadists in Mozambique have received training abroad.

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