Assessment of vulnerability of infrastructure in Mozambique's road network


Mozambique has a classified road network of approximately 30,000 kilometers, of which 24,000 km are unpaved roads which are particularly susceptible to damage from climate and weather induced problems. Heavy rains and floods increasingly cause roads to crack leading to disruptions which result in rural populations being cut off from markets and services, with the associated harmful effects on rural livelihoods. The study assesses climate vulnerability and identifies options and work carried out to build climate resilience into the lower Limpopo roads network in Gaza province.





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