Development cooperation ,07.11.2019

UNDP Post-Cyclone Recovery Facility


The Mozambique Recovery Facility is a multi-donor trust fund led by United Nations Development Programme UNDP, set up for the reconstruction and recovery after the cyclones Idai and Kenneth that hit the country in 2019. The main objective of the Recovery Facility is to assist Mozambique in the post-cyclone reconstruction and to assist the country in preparedness for future natural disasters. This will be achieved by strengthening the national reconstruction and recovery capacity, investing in housing and community following the building back better -principal, and assisting with community recovery and the creation of livelihoods, with particular regard to the role and opportunities of women. The program has a total budget of USD 72.2 million for five years, of which Finland contributes EUR 2 million. In addition to Finland, there are five donors: EU, UNDP, the Netherlands, China and Norway.

Funding decision  07.11.2019

2 000 000 €

Objectives monitored by OECD's Development Assistance Committee

  • Climate change - adaptation
  • Participatory development/Good governance
  • Disaster risk reduction

Field of activity

  • Immediate post-emergency reconstruction and rehabilitation 35%
  • Multi-hazard response preparedness 30%
  • Employment creation 35%

Special target group

  • girls
  • elderly people
  • people with disability
  • Persons living with HIV/AIDS

Funding channel

YK:n kehitysohjelma



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