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Will foreign intervention save Cabo Delgado?

More than 20 countries are now helping Mozambique to fight insurgents in Cabo Delgado province, train its army or deliver humanitarian aid. Will this turn the situation around? A new ISS publication sheds light on the situation, and a seminar discussed current approaches and recommendations to stakeholders.

Soldiers picture - Will foreign intervention end terrorism in Cabo Delgado? - Cover image of ISS Policy Brief

Will foreign intervention end terrorism in Cabo Delgado? - Cover image of ISS Policy Brief

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A new Institute for Security Studies (ISS) policy brief on the situation in Mozambique warns that coordination among the foreign missions and tailoring the training being provided to local needs is vital to ensure effective responses.

The insightful paper was drafted by Borges Nhamirre, a Research Consultant for the ISS.

Read the Policy Brief here:

Will foreign intervention end terrorism in Cabo Delgado?

A public ISS seminar held online, with high-level speakers and experts among the panelists, discussed current approaches to the situation in Cabo Delgado and gave recommendations on how to make further progress. 

Watch a full recording of the seminar here: 

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More than 20 countries are now helping Mozambique to fight insurgents in Cabo Delgado province, train its army or deliver humanitarian aid. Will this turn the situation around?A new Institute for Security Studies (ISS) policy brief on the situation in Mozambique warns that coordination among these foreign missions and tailoring the training being provided is vital to ensure effective responses. This seminar discussed the progress and gaps in the current approaches to stabilising northern Mozambique. Speakers included Ambassador Claude Nikobisanzwe, High Commissioner of Rwanda in Mozambique, Colonel Omar Saranga, Spokesperson of the Mozambican military and Prof Mpho Molomo, Head of SADC Mission in Mozambique.

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