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March 25, 2014

Mozambique stands at a crossroads in its national development trajectory. The quality of leadership during the next five years will determine whether the country’s citizens are able to participate broadly in emerging economic opportunities and a more open political order that prioritizes human development and achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Any drift toward an alternative path that leads to entrenchment of a political elite dedicated to sustaining their own power to serve as gatekeepers to the nation’s wealth should be mitigated through diplomacy and development resources.

Supreme Court Justice Breyer and U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique Douglas Griffiths opened the media program in Maputo
February 6, 2013

USAID/ Mozambique has recently partnered with the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) and with two Southern African universities to develop the Media Strengthening Program (MSP). The MSP will work with media professionals, journalism educators, advocacy organizations and civil society organizations to strengthen the quality of news and information available to citizens.

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