Category News: Mozambique

KM Toolbox: Using the KM Self-Assessment Tool in Mozambique

: Published: May 31, 2023:

Assessing your organisations Knowledge Management capacity can be an important part of the KNOW-HOW3000 programme. Why? Well, assessment allows you to identify strengths and areas that need improvement, giving you a clear roadmap for enhancing your Knowledge Management (KM) practices.: : Since 2020 we have used a clear and user-friendly Knowledge Management Capacity Self-Assessment Tool (KM-CAST), which was …

Interview! Marjú Changanja on Communication, Knowledge Management and Gender

: Published: September 14, 2023:

Most local NGOs in Mozambique do not have dedicated communications staff. Instead, it is common for a member of the staff to allocate a portion of their working time each week or month to communication activities. At the end of 2021, I joined Associação ESMABAMA with the challenge of establishing the Communications Department from scratch, a …

Learning Visit: Coffee project of Gorongosa National Park

: Published: November 27, 2023:

At the beginning of 2023 a Community of Practice (CoP) was created by HORIZONT3000 with the objective to exchange relevant experiences and gain new knowledge about Agro-forestry Systems in Mozambique between various partner organizations. The Coffee project of the Gorongosa National Park is seen as a successful agroforestry example in Mozambique. Of course, the members …

Interview Series - Programme Report 2020: Mozambique

: Published: October 18, 2021:

Here we go again – another round of our report special. This time, Elisabeth Moder, Programme Coorindator of Mozambique and Sector Coordinator of Human Rights and Civil Society, shares her point of view on the reports 2020 with us. We talked about suprises, lessons learned and highlights that came along with the report process.

How …

Walking a Tightrope Under Covid-19

: Published: December 21, 2020:


I have to admit, this is a somewhat attention-grabbing title for an experience report that attempts to describe the balancing act that my work as an advisor in the development sector in Mozambique in 2020 entailed. What do I mean here by tightrope walk?

I went to Mozambique at …

Insights from our Agricultural Training about Seed Production in Mozambique

Published: November 18, 2021

On October 28 and 29, 14 technicians from 4 Partner Organisations of HORIZONT3000 in Mozambique met to learn more about “Seed Production and Commercialization for smallholders”. The training was organized and funded by the KNOW-HOW3000 programme and it was a great success!


The main objectives were that the …

LeMuSiCa's First Learning Visits

: Published: November 18, 2021:

November has not even come to an end yet – for LeMuSiCa, however, it has already been a special month so far: On November 3 and 4, LeMuSiCa conducted the first learning visits funded by HORIZONT3000s KNOW-HOW3000 programme. First, we visited the SOS Childrens Village in Chimoio. On the second day, we got the chance to get …

Insights from our Knowledge Management Kick-off Event in Mozambique

: Published: July 20, 2021:

On May 19th and 20th 2021 the team of HORIZONT3000 Mozambique met in Beira to discuss the topic of knowledge management and the knowledge management program of HORIZONT3000, called KNOW-HOW3000. It was the first time, such an event took place, and it was a great success!

What were the main objectives of the workshop?: : The first …

LeMuSiCa: Valid legal situation - a brush-up

: Published: September 30, 2021:

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After having participated successfully in the KNOWLYMPICS2020 with the Good Practice: Engaging men and boys in the fight against gender-based-violence, LeMuSica used the prize money to conduct a 3-day workshop. The event was aimed at LeMuSiCa advisory staff from the Women, Girls, Kindergarten …

Protect. Empower. Fight. The Story of LeMuSiCa

Mango, Banana, and Eucalyptus: Reforestation and Climate Action at YAAT, Mozambique

: Published: July 21, 2022:

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Young Africa Agri-Tech (YAAT) is an agricultural training centre for disadvantaged youths located in Dondo, Sofala Province. It is part of Young Africa Mozambique and currently has an average of about 350 enrolled students. The YAAT farm is producing vegetables, maize, rice, beans etc. as well as slaughter …

Training: Sustainable irrigation systems

: Published: December 7, 2022:

After last year’s successful training about “Production (and commercialization) of good quality seed in the family sector”, this year was organized another agriculture training in Mozambique. The topic was chosen by partner organisations of HORIZONT3000, which saw an urgent need to learn more about “Sustainable irrigation systems in the context of climate crisis”. The training took …

Insights of the AGM 2022 in Mozambique

: Published: January 5, 2023:

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After three years of pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the AGM 2022 took place again in presence a few days ago in Beira – it was a big success! In total 27 different organisations met on the 23 and 24 of November in …

Sharing Event on Gender-Based Violence in Mozambique

: Published: April 27, 2022:

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: Beira, Mozambique. On the 20 and 21 of April 2022 a Sharing Event took place in Mozambique, where in total 60 participants shared and discussed different …

A day in the life of a Technical Advisor: Peter Tantius

: Published: September 15, 2020:

The Knowledge Management team is always busy trying to make knowledge transfers possible and easier between members of our community. Recently, Peter Tantius, Technical Advisor (TA) in Mozambique, has supported our intentions often. He got in touch with us in order to share several documents that he thought might be of benefit for other projects as well …

Soil Conservation and Evaluation in Mozambique

: Published: January 20, 2020:

Any sustainable farming operation will have to consider that soils are a crucial and diminishing resource in agricultural production. Soils take a long time to form (thousands of years) and can be destroyed within just a few years. Fertile land is essential for sustaining agriculture. The productivity of land has, however, decreased due to more intensive use …

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