OCHA / MOZAMBIQUE CLIMATE CHANGE

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Wrapping up a visit to four countries in southern and eastern Africa ahead of COP 28, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Joyce Msuya stressed the United Nations’ commitment to standing with the people and Governments of the region as the climate crisis drives humanitarian needs ever higher. OCHA

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STORY: OCHA / MOZAMBIQUE CLIMATE CHANGE
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DATELINE: 03 NOVEMBER 2023, MOCÍMBOA DA PRAIA, MOZAMBIQUE / PEMBA, MOZAMBIQUE


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1. Various shots, women empowerment project
2. Various shots, hospital, the Health Education Center as the hospital infrastructure was completely destroyed, they have set up tents and used the center’s facilities
3. Various shots, children fetching water
4. Various shots, meeting community

03 NOVEMBER 2023, PEMBA, MOZAMBIQUE

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joyce Msuya, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs / Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA):
“I am infused by hope because of the courage of the people that I met, the children that I played with, the medical professionals that I talk to the district officials humanitarians that are giving so, so much.”

03 NOVEMBER 2023, MOCÍMBOA DA PRAIA, MOZAMBIQUE

6. Various shots, WFP food distribution

03 NOVEMBER 2023, PEMBA, MOZAMBIQUE

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Joyce Msuya, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs / Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA):
“And I will end by saying the humanitarian community, the United Nations, including NGOs, national and international NGOs, we are fully fully committed to continue supporting and complementing the efforts of authorities that are trying to save lives, and also we will continue to work with our development partners on resilience.”

03 NOVEMBER 2023, MOCÍMBOA DA PRAIA, MOZAMBIQUE

8. Various shots, this is the old health center – the old school is currently used to host returnees
9. Various shots, performance
10. Various shots, crafts



STORYLINE:

Wrapping up a visit to four countries in southern and eastern Africa ahead of COP 28, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Joyce Msuya stressed the United Nations’ commitment to standing with the people and Governments of the region as the climate crisis drives humanitarian needs ever higher.

In Mozambique, the first country on her trip, Msuya saw first-hand how the combined impact of cyclones, conflict and climate change has plunged more than 2 million people into humanitarian need.
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