Mariamo Amade is a 35 year old woman. She and her husband are from the Gelo-Sede community, Angoche district, a community on the northern coast of Mozambique. The main livelihoods in the community are fishing and farming and the main crops produced are cassava and beans. Mariamo and her husband, as well as many of their neighbours, were victims of the cyclone Jokwe which affected many communities in Angoche district, in March 2008.

Latest Publications

How To Guide to Conflict Sensitivity

  • Countries: Kenya, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, Global
  • Co-authors: Conflict Sensitivity Consortium
  • Published: February 2012

Peacebuilding with Impact: Defining Theories of Change

  • Countries: Netherlands, Ukraine, Zambia
  • Co-authors: Heidi Ober
  • Published: January 2012

Stories of harassment, violence and discrimination: migrant experiences between India, Nepal and Bangladesh

  • Countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal
  • Co-authors: ODI, Big Lottery Fund
  • Published: January 2012

CCT Programmes and Women's Empowerment in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador

  • Co-authors: Maxine Molyneux and Marylin Thomson
  • Published: December 2011

Vulnerabilities of movement: cross-border mobility between India, Nepal and Bangladesh

  • Countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal
  • Co-authors: ODI, Big Lottery Fund
  • Published: November 2011