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Voluntary local review : Progress and challenges of 16 municipalities of Mozambique

United Cities and Local Governments
European Union
Suecia Sverige
German Cooperation

Mozambique, along with many countries in the South, is also developing mechanisms for implementation of the 2030 Agenda at national and local level. The National Association of Municipalities of Mozambique (ANAMM) aware of its role in the process of localization the SDGs, embraced the challenge of documenting the performance of national municipalities in implementing this global agenda.
Since its ratification by the Government of Mozambique in 2015, ANAMM has started a process of mobilization and awareness of its members about the link and importance of local actions in the compliance with the 2030 Agenda as all SDGs have targets that are directly or indirectly linked to competences of the municipalities or that are part of their daily lives.
This document provides an opportunity to reflect the great effort of municipalities in relation to SDGs in the face of various constraints, especially in the human and financial resources component. Equally, constitutes an opportunity for municipalities to share good practices and experiences as well as a roadmap for local mobilization and development.

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