Resilient infastructure in Mozambique: Governance and local impacts
31 July 2020
This study analyses the social-political impacts of urban infrastructure development in Beira, Mozambique’s second largest city. The city is one of Africa’s most vulnerable to climate change, with several innovative projects serving as a pilot for resilient infrastructure development in deltaic regions of the global South. The study analyses the various actors, interests and coalitions associated with these projects, as well as their local impacts on land governance.