SMEC has operated in Mozambique since 1983. SMEC's first project in Mozambique was the Mochipanda-Chimois-Beira Road Study. SMEC undertook detailed designs and a feasibility study to assess the economic viability of upgrading the road according to the standards used by International Financial Institutions. SMEC opened a permanent office in Maputo in 2003.

Since then, SMEC has undertaken a number of projects in Mozambique including formulation of environmental management tools and procedures for the Ministry of Energy, a capacity building project for the Water Regulatory Council, a road safety strategy audit, flood risk analysis, a railway rehabilitation project and appraisal of the family sector market linkages program established by the International Fund for Agricultural Development.

With experience in the Transport, Water, Environment and Social Development sectors in Mozambique, SMEC is undertaking feasibility studies, Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, detailed designs and construction supervision for the 102km Rio-Ligonha to Nampula Road Rehabilitation Project. The project is funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). The MCC is a foreign assistance program designed to reduce poverty by promoting sustainable economic growth.

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