By: RERD2Energia para
todos (Energy for All)
government’s ambition is clear: Energia para todos. By 2030, all
Mozambican households should have access to sustainable and affordable
electricity. In 2019, however, the counter stood at only 29.6%. Mozambique,
therefore, faces an ...
De Clercq, Samuel Buvane and Adriaan TasSince Mozambique
signed the Paris Agreement in 2016, the country has taken several steps towards
combating climate change and building climate resilience. At COP26 in Glasgow
in 2021, Mozambique launched its Updated Nationally Determined Contributions...
Human welfare has always been closely linked to an
appropriate provision of energy. However, in 2019, 600 million people in
Sub-Saharan Africa did not have access to electricity and about 900 million
people were lacking access to clean cooking energy (IEA, 2019). Mozambique is one
of the countries...
By Esra NURJA and Evert WAETERLOOS, Enabel Mozambique As part of Enabel’s support to
the Mozambican Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) and the Energy
Regulatory Authority (ARENE), a study was commissioned to identify strategic entry points for gender mainstreaming in the
The bilateral collaboration project
between the Belgian and Mozambican government “Development of Capacity within the
Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) and the new regulator ARENE”,
faces a persistent lack of qualified human resources in MIREME for energy data
collection and analysis...
Antoine DE CLIPPELE & Riccardo DEL CITTOMozambique has abundant
resources for generating clean, accessible and sustainable energy. In 2011, the
United Nations launched the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) initiative to
ensure universal access by 2030 to modern energy services, double ...
News by: Evert Waeterloos A wider use of Geographical Information Systems
(GIS) is an appealing prospect for an improved information base and
coordination between the different players in Mozambique’s energy sector. Enabel
and the partner Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) launched...
By: Jesse Waterschoot and Akila
MunirEnabel’s Study and Expertise Fund
in Mozambique is in place since 2014. The aim of this project is to support
sectors through studies, consultancies and providing technical expertise in priority
areas identified for the cooperation between Belgium and Mozambique...
By: Evert Waeterloos and Akila Munir Around 2.7 billion people around the world
still utilise traditional cookstoves with solid fuels such as firewood, coal
and dung for daily cooking and heating. Women and girls play a pivotal role for
energy provision in households, including collecting traditional...
By: Jesse Waterschoot and Damiano Stella, Enabel Mozambique The Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) assessment of
the Mozambican health sector was launched in March 2020 with a seminar. Since
then, the consultants have gathered the necessary documentation for conducting
By: Evert Waeterloos, Enabel Mozambique Energy inequality and genderThe world today faces a signiﬁcant energy divide between rich and poor countries, with more than 95% of the world’s population lacking access to electricity and clean cooking facilities living in sub-Saharan Africa and developing...
By: J. Waterschoot and D. Stella The Ministry of Health and the Development
Partners agreed upon a harmonised PFM analysis plan. The Memorandum of
Understanding (MoU) for the Health sector common fund, known as PROSAUDE, foresaw
a PFM analysis plan that became the basis of the Harmonised plan; The...
By Evert WAETERLOOS, Enabel MaputoOn March 15th last year, a major humanitarian crisis hit Mozambique.
Cyclone Idai brought heavy rains and floods to the provinces of Tete, Manica, Niassa,
Zambezia and Sofala, and destroyed most of the city of Beira (see Van de
Velde, A. and E.Waeterloos ‘Climate...
By A. de Clippele and E. Waeterloos,
access to energy is an important vector to improve the living conditions of the
rural population of Mozambique. Not only can sustainable energy access
facilitate day-to-day life by extending hours for food preparation, studying...
In the first week of March, Management
for Development (MDF) consultant Ingrid Plag paid a visit to Enabel projects in
Mozambique to provide hands-on support to the baseline studies. For the Capacity
Building project at the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (CB MIREME)
this exercise formed...