Both the communities to be resettled and the host communities of the District of Palma in Cabo Delgado Province, as a result of the Liquefied Natural Gas Project implementation, linger unsure as to their future, with no idea when they will leavetheir lands
Author: Palmira Velasco
The District of Palma, which is increasingly the “talk of the town” since it will host the largest industrial project ever implemented in Mozambique – the Liquefied Natural Gas Factory (LNG) – each day it surprises with unusual stories. For many media professionals
On the 23rd of March, five communities from the Moma district in Nampula province thwarted a public consultation on the environmental impact of a heavy sand exploration area expansion project planned by the Irish company, Kenmare.
What is the current stage of the Project? What follows and when? The slowdown of the pace of activities relating to social integration of Afungi peninsula communities in Palma district for the construction of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant has confused the locals, causing speculations among the various clusters, […]
The mining of the ruby, one of the most precious and coveted stones in the world, in Namanhumbir, District of Montepuez, Cabo Delgado Province, is still far from benefiting local women, girls and children. Over six consecutive ruby auctions carried out abroad in the last four years, Gem fields, the […]