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antelope

member of the family Bovidae, including the genus Tragelaphus, which contains many genera of African antelopes. Includes a large variety of hollow-horned ruminants from dog to cow size. Many types of horns but all simple and persistent.
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Neeson met with several HIV- positive women at the Munhava Health Centre in Beira - one of 34 Unicef centres in Mozambique where the Prevention Of Mother To Child Transmission programme (PMTCT) is in place.
In the Beira experiment, 50,000 people received two doses of the prophylactic in two successive weeks, under the direction of IVI, the Mozambique Health Ministry and Medecines Sans Frontieres with doses donated by Sweden's SBL Vaccines.
Besides operating flights between Lilongwe and Beira, the Malawian Airlines offers service between the capital of Malawi and the capital cities of the Mozambican central provinces of Tete and northern Nampula.
As a rebel stronghold Beira was one of the worst-hit cities - every few hundred yards amputees walk with crutches - victims of the landmines which still litter the countryside.
The modernisation of the railway will benefit Zambia's and neighbouring DRC's mining industries by providing fast and efficient access for mineral exports to the ports of Durban and Richards Bay in South Africa; and Beira and Maputo in Mozambique.
Discussions are ongoing for the utilization of natural gas in South Africa and for the possible sale of natural gas to JCI Projects for use in its proposed hot briquetted iron plant in the Beira area of Mozambique.
Contract notice: Tender 21/2014: acquisition of equipment for the laboratory of pharmaco-toxicology ubimedical the university of beira interior.
Mozambique Ports and Railways (CFM) point out that the Sena line is necessary for the development of the Zambezi valley's mining and agro-industry, and for linking the port of Beira to the Moatize coalmines in Tete province.
support the coordination of institutions involved in climate-focused urban development in the country s second city, Beira
Mr Blair, who earlier visited an anti-Aids project at a school near Beira, bluntly told the Americans the Kyoto agreement, which would cut carbon emissions by just one per cent, did not go far enough in tackling global warming.
Six international consortiums are bidding to rebuild a strategic rail link between landlocked Malawi and Mozambique's Indian Ocean port of Beira at a cost of about $350m.
Cuereneia also mentioned that the strategic location of the city of Beira was the first factor that would be highlighted by the SEZ, and that it also benefited the provinces along the Beira Corridor.