Mozambique is experiencing its worst food insecurity emergency since the 2015/16 drought, with a high number of households in need of emergency assistance. This is the result of multiple shocks, including tropical cyclones IDAI and Kenneth with associated torrential rainfall, severe flooding, and drought in southern semi‐arid areas. These shocks have significantly impacted crop production across the country as well as livelihoods, specifically in cyclone‐affected areas. Poor households are expected to continue facing crisis food security outcomes.
The French Red Cross (FRC)‐PIROI in Mozambique
The French Red Cross has directed the PIROI regional programme since 2000, a programme which aims to “reduce the impact of disasters and the effects of climate change on the populations of the south‐west Indian Ocean” through disaster risk awareness, prevention, preparedness, and response.
Reporting directly to the Head of Delegation ‐ Mozambique, DRR Project Manager is responsible for managing the base and implementing PIROI’s Disaster Risk Management (DRM) project in Mozambique. While performing all of his/her duties, he/she will comply with French Red Cross guidelines, and work with PIROI partners to implement activities.
The key goals of the employee are defined as follows:
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