| 04.03.2023

World Engineering Day 2023 – Engineering Innovation for a More Resilient World

On the World Engineering Day 2023, we are proud to present our ongoing study “Coastal Cities as Sustainable Economic Hubs”. This study aims to improve the economic and general living conditions of the coastal municipalities of Inhambane and Maxixe by providing coastal protection measures such as sea walls, groins, and mangrove reforestation, as well as improvements to the existing drainage systems.

Inhambane and Maxixe are two cities located in the Inhambane Province of Mozambique, and they are highly vulnerable to the effects of storms, flooding, and sea-level rise due to their coastal locations. The goal of the project is to develop a comprehensive plan for these cities which will improve their infrastructure and provide protection from the effects of these natural disasters.

Our services include an analysis of the existing infrastructure and systems in place in both cities, as well as a review of the current coastal protection measures. In addition, we are conducting a detailed assessment of the social and economic impacts of the proposed coastal protection measures. The project considers developing economic opportunities and stakeholder participation. The study will provide to our client a comprehensive plan for the implementation of the proposed coastal protection.


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