PWYP Norway is the Norwegian chapter in a network of around 800 organisations from about 70 countries worldwide. We work for financial transparency in the extractive industry to promote sustainable societies.
Mozambique was represented in TRACE 2008-2009. The organisation that took part is listed below.
Natural resources in Mozambique:
Natural gas (Source: CIA World Factbook), titanium, tantalum, marble, gold, coal, bauxite, granite, limestone and gemstones. There are also known deposits of pegmatite, platinoids, uranium, bentonite, iron, cobalt, chromium, nickel, copper, fluorite, diatomite, emeralds, tourmaline and apatite (Source: EITI)