Caia, Sofala Province, Mozambique.
The Zambezi River divides Mozambique. In this region the cross of the river is made by barge/boat.
On the surrounds a lot of young women stay where they sell to truck drivers food, rest, sex and beer.
Mozambique. Chopanga. Sofala Province. A Mozambican government local worker, holding a official picture of the Mozambican President Armando Guebuza, while preparing his visit to the area. Chopanga is a Christian Mission, and is where Mary Livingston (David Livingston wife) died and is buried.
Image of three sword fish at Ilha de Mozambique, Mozambique, Africa.
Ilha de Mozambique was once a trading post on the sea route from Europe to the East Indies, this island harbour was placed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1991.
Moï¿½ambique. Caia, 13 de Fevereiro de 2007 Populaï¿½ï¿½o de Samaruja, debaixo de chuva intensa, aguarda ajuda alimentar urgente. O World Food Program estï¿½ a caminho. A situaï¿½ï¿½o estï¿½ no ponto limite, havendo previsï¿½o de mais subida do Rio Zambeze.
Moï¿½ambique. Caia/Sena, 11 de Fevereiro de 2007 Ao fim de dois dias da Barragem de Cahora Bassa estar a despejar 8400 Metros Cï¿½bicos de ï¿½gua por segundo, as margens do Rio Zambeze comeï¿½am a transbordar. Muitas das populaï¿½ï¿½es insistem em manter-se no local.
Moï¿½ambique. Chupanga, 12 de Fevereiro de 2007
Crianï¿½as fazem fila para receber alimentaï¿½ï¿½o. A alimentaï¿½ï¿½o ï¿½ neste momento apenas para idosos e crianï¿½as.
Populaï¿½ï¿½es resgatadas nas regiï¿½es afectadas pelas cheias do Rio Zambeze sï¿½o acolhidas na Missï¿½o Catï¿½lica Coraï¿½ï¿½es Sagrados de Chupangue.