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So I thought I invented the name "Nataleia" pronouced as Na-ta-le-yuh (not Natalia), but apparently it's a stream in Nampula, Mozambique. I added Martine as her seconnd name, because I've always loved that name," reveals mom Sam.
The company also signed Four Points by Sheraton Nampula, Mozambique, which will be its first hotel in the country.
Nampula, Mozambique, Sha'ban 15, 1439, May 01, 2018, SPA -- Makkah-based Muslim World League (MWL) has launched relief campaign in Northern Mozambique to provide emergency assistance for more than 13,000 people affected by floods.
ASSANE MUSSA and Alima Alvide are farmers who live in the Province of Nampula, Mozambique. Throughout much of their married lives, their health has been fragile and has impacted their ability to provide for themselves while dealing with recurring diarrhea and malaria, persistent coughs and a host of opportunistic diseases.
The collection of the primary types of Polyplacophora in the KwaZulu-Natal Museum consists of 13 holotypes from the southeast African coast from Nacala Bay (Nampula, Mozambique) to Table Bay (Western Cape, South Africa).
Women harvest their rice crop near Nampula, Mozambique. Farmers fear conflicts over land as firms focus on large-scale, high-yield production
Before studying abroad in Nampula, Mozambique, last spring, Megan Frohardt never imagined that spending $3 American on a new machete could reap the priceless admiration of an entire village when she swapped the instrument for an old one.
Amity University technical foundation studies student Chirag Sanjay, 17, from Nampula, Mozambique and has been in Dubai for seven months.