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CYCLONE KENNETH URGENT APPEAL


Cyclone Kenneth directly hit the communities we have been working with since 2004. All 16 villages are completely destroyed; over 80 people have lost their lives and 36,000 people are, right now, slowly starving and sleeping outside in torrential rain and many are badly injured.

We are the only NGO based in Mucojo, the worst hit region,
and the best placed to have an immediate and long-term impact.

We’re committed to help rebuild every school, clinic, water point, latrine and community centre and finally build our hospital, which is now so urgently needed. We will not rest until this is done and the communities no longer need our support.



About Us
JoJo works with Nema to help reduce infant mortality rates in Northern Mozambique. Nema’s holistic approach to sustainable aid empowers the local people to free themselves from poverty through education and enterprise.



Projects
Nema funds various educational projects and has so far built five schools, enabling 1,500 children to receive an education. Nema also works with local communities to provide healthcare, clean water and enterprise opportunities.



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Cyclone Kenneth Devastates our Communities

Last Thursday, Cyclone Kenneth hit the communities our charity Nema supports with a force never experienced before in Africa. All 16 villages are completely destroyed; over 80 people have lost their lives and 36,000 people are, right now, slowly starving and sleeping outside in torrential rain and many are badly injured.

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Tom’s story: Part 2

Read the second part of Tom’s journey to Mozambique to visit the Nema projects. Here, he makes his way to Guludo, which includes an eventful 260km drive north through the Quirimbas National Park. Tom eventually makes it through police barricades and precarious roads and arrives at Guludo, ready to get stuck in.

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A letter from Anfai

My name is Anfai Antumane, son of Antumane Anfai and Dia Anli, I am a 20 year
old native from Guludo Village, Macomia district. I was one of the Nema students
at Escola Secundaria Padre Paulo de Macomia during the year 2008 to 2012.

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