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Mozambique, officially the Republic of Mozambique is a country in southeastern Africa bordering to the Indian Ocean in the east, Tanzania in the north, Malawi and Zambia in the northwest, Zimbabwe in the west and Swaziland and South Africa in the southwest. It is a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries and the Commonwealth of Nations.

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NEWS FLASH Emergency Prayer Alert—Bombs Exploding in Mozambique, Home of Iris Ministries < Read more >

In the last few days I have learned more then I ever imagined about the cup of suffering and joy. Our nation Mozambique has been hammered with floods, cyclones and monster waves. Pemba, Cabo Delgado, was hit with cholera. Finally a few kilometers from our Zimpeto children's center in Maputo, a large ammunitions dump blew up, spraying mines, missiles and shrapnel for thirty kilometers around. Hundreds of people were killed. Houses were leveled leaving the victims crushed beneath the rubble. I have never seen such suffering as I have seen in the last thirty days. < Read more >

Praise Academy African Warriors

Praise Academy African Warriors led by the composer of the dance Gina Hunte.

Seen here at Jesus Christ 2007 Not Out Cricket Festival Village in Barbados during Cricket World Cup.

The children seen here praying as they danced to bring awareness to the children of Mozambique.

NEWS FLASH 23rd February 2007: Cyclone Favio slammed already waterlogged Mozambique with peak winds of up to 144 mph (230 km/h). The powerful storm destroyed houses, knocked down trees and power poles, and triggered a new round of floods. < Read more>

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Coat of arms of Mozambique

The coat of arms of MozambiqueThe coat of arms of Mozambique, which was adopted in 1990, clearly recalls the former socialist government of the country. It shows a gear wheel, bordered by corn stalks and sugarcane. In the middle there is a red sun over a mountain and blue waves, an AK-47 crossed with a hoe, and a book. The wreath is tied with a ribbon bearing the name of the country.
The corn stalk and the sugar cane stand for the agriculture, or rather nature, the gear wheel for the workforce, the book for the social class of education, the pickaxe for the class of farmers, the AK-47 for the struggle for independence of the country, and the red star for socialism. The red sun symbolizes South of Africa and the hope for a better life.

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