The Universidade Eduardo Mondlane is the oldest and largest university in Mozambique. The UEM is located in Maputo and has about 27,000 students. The Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM), as a multidisciplinary institution for the training of professionals of higher education, research, extension and mastery and cultivation of human knowledge, has the honor to present itself to the entire University Community, its national and And society as a whole. They are a university open to the Region and the World and they intend, with this portal, to offer another channel of interaction and communication with the whole society. Their services and products only have value and make sense when it can contribute to the development of society and cherished by their employees and partners.
Salomão Bandeira holds a PhD from Gothenburg University (Sweden), currently Associate Professor at UEM, Mozambique and was visiting to University of Cape Verde PhD program (2014-2017).
Marine Biologist with a wide range of interests and experience, which includes MPAs management and governance, marine recreational activities and their management (fishing, diving), marine turtle conservation, coral and reef fish monitoring and research.
The Ministry of Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries is the central organ of the Mozambican Government that, in defining the principles, objectives, priorities and tasks defined by the Government, directs, coordinates, organizes and ensures the implementation of the policies, strategies and business plans in the sea areas, inland waters and fisheries.
Senior Expert for Operational Hydrology and Water Allocation Training holding a Doctorate degree in Civil Engineering (2008), a Master degree in Engineering Hydrology (1998) as well as a Honours diploma in Civil Engineering (1995) with more than 20 years of professional experience in national/international, partly IFI-funded projects in the water sector in Mozambique and in many SADC countries for lecturing (university level) and training (project
The Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (UEM) is the oldest and largest university in Mozambique. Located in Maputo, with student population of about 40,000 (of which around 3,300 are pursuing postgraduate courses), the UEM is a multidisciplinary institution for the training of professionals of higher education, research, extension and mastery and cultivation of human knowledge.
Mangroves are important ecosystems for communities in coastal Mozambique through the various goods and services they provide including food, fuelwood, coastal protection, and temperature regulation, among others. These important ecosystems are however threatened by anthropogenic activities such as over-harvesting, coastal development and conversion of mangrove areas for urban development.