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MOZAMBIQUE: HIV patients team up to make treatment cheaper
11 October 2010 (IRIN ), For HIV patients in Africa, monthly trips to refill antiretroviral (ARV) prescriptions cost time and money that may be in short supply. But a new strategy being pioneered in Mozambique is easing the burden of monthly refills for patients and the health system.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90741/MOZAMBIQUE-HIV-patients-team-up-to-make-treatment-cheaper
Analysis: Subsidies won't keep bread on Mozambican tables
29 September 2010 (IRIN ), In response to food price riots in early September, the Mozambican government has laid on a range of price cuts and subsidies to make life easier for the poor, and has promised to do some belt tightening of its own, but observers say the measures are unaffordable and will not address the deeper issues.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90618/Analysis-Subsidies-won-t-keep-bread-on-Mozambican-tables
MOZAMBIQUE: Hoping to reach the MDG on water
21 September 2010 (IRIN ), Every day Ster Mamboza, 37, covers 19 km on a bicycle over sand and gravel roads to the well at Machaze, in the southern Mozambican province of Manica, carrying two 20-litre plastic water containers and a two-month-old baby. It’s quite a balancing act.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90543/MOZAMBIQUE-Hoping-to-reach-the-MDG-on-water
SOUTHERN AFRICA: HIV-related cancer poorly diagnosed, treated
20 September 2010 (IRIN ), Kaposi's sarcoma (KS), an HIV-related cancer, may not make headlines in southern Africa, but dealing with this disfiguring and potentially deadly illness presents a daunting task for health workers.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90528/SOUTHERN-AFRICA-HIV-related-cancer-poorly-diagnosed-treated
SOUTHERN AFRICA: Social transfers reduce poverty
17 September 2010 (IRIN ), Southern African countries have some of the world's worst income distribution, but can often afford social transfers, which have proved an efficient means of reducing the number of poor, regional experts said at a two-day meeting in Pretoria, South Africa.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90514/SOUTHERN-AFRICA-Social-transfers-reduce-poverty
HEALTH: "Encouraging" drop in maternal deaths
16 September 2010 (IRIN ), The proportion of women in sub-Saharan Africa who died because of pregnancy fell by more than a quarter between 1990 and 2008, according to estimates released on 15 September.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90490/HEALTH-Encouraging-drop-in-maternal-deaths
MOZAMBIQUE: Urban poor ignored
7 September 2010 (IRIN ), Carlos Matos, who has worked as a policeman in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, for the past 12 years, has to borrow a few dollars each month to supplement his US$52 wage.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90417/MOZAMBIQUE-Urban-poor-ignored
MOZAMBIQUE: Price increases 'irreversible'
2 September 2010 (IRIN ), A volley of price increases in basic commodities and services has sparked two days of rioting and looting in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, but the government is refusing to rescind them.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90375/MOZAMBIQUE-Price-increases-irreversible
SOUTHERN AFRICA: More sterilizations of HIV-positive women uncovered
30 August 2010 (IRIN ), Veronica* did not realize she had been sterilized while giving birth to her daughter until four years later when, after failing to conceive, she and her boyfriend consulted a doctor.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90337/SOUTHERN-AFRICA-More-sterilizations-of-HIV-positive-women-uncovered
MOZAMBIQUE: Rat catchers try to end arson
24 August 2010 (IRIN ), Albinio Matias, a Mozambican farmer, lost his daughter, Cassula, and his home to wildfires, which also damaged his crops for four consecutive years. Raising large domesticated rats could have saved him a great deal of pain.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/90278/MOZAMBIQUE-Rat-catchers-try-to-end-arson

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