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The Total-led Mozambique LNG Project proceeded today, as part of its support to the national response against COVID-19, to the delivery to the Ministry of Health, of twelve thousand (12,000) sample collection kits, reagents and consumables...More
The Total-led Mozambique LNG project held, yesterday, through electronic platforms, a seminar with more than 100 Mozambican companies to share business opportunities for the next 6 months and over. Representatives of the Ministry of...More
The Total-led Mozambique LNG Project disbursed around US $ 200 thousand to support the rehabilitation and resourcing of Centro de Apoio e Orientação ao Empresário de Pemba (Business Support and Orientation Center of Pemba) with computer...More
The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), signed today a memorandum of understanding with Total in which both organizations agreed to invest $5 million each to promote improved community health...More
The major contractor charged with the construction of the Total-led Mozambique LNG Project’s initial two train development, CCS JV, along with its main subcontractors, have yesterday presented themselves to business communities in Pemba...More
The Total-led Mozambique LNG Project is supporting primary school teachers to deliver improved educational outcomes with a $500,000 contribution to the BETTER education project. The BETTER Project is a seven-year project funded by the...More
Cabo Delgado Governor, H.E. Júlio Parruque, yesterday formally opened Casa do Agricultor ("the Farmer’s House") in Pemba. The private business will deliver advice to farmers and growers and will sell agricultural inputs designed to boost...More
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