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The Nacala Integrated Logistic Corridor (CLN) announced on Wednesday the start of the rehabilitation of about 1,500 houses in the 74 resettlement locations originating from the construction of railway and port infrastructure in northern Mozambique.
The families were displaced by the railway line linking the coal mines of Tete and the Indian Ocean port of Nacala.
The rehabilitation is being undertaken in consultation with the communities affected, so as “to ensure the desired quality”, a statement from the CLN reads, and will take place in Nachipore, Nacala-à-Velha district, and Nioce, Malema district, in Nampula province.
The CLN has created temporary accommodation to house families while work is under way, and created more than 300 jobs, the company announced.
In operation since 2016, the Nacala Integrated Logistic Corridor constitutes an investment of US$4.5 billion and brings together the Brazilian mining multinational Vale, the Japanese conglomerate Mitsui and the Mozambican Public Railway Company (CFM).
The undertaking comprises a 912-kilometre railway, including a 200-kilometre stretch crossing Malawi, and a deep-water port terminal handling coal mined by Vale in Moatize district, Tete province.Source: Lusa
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