||<p>UK has spent £23.9 million in rural water and sanitation in Mozambique over the
past five years. Our programme includes direct support and technical assistance to
government to plan, build and maintain water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services.
We have also worked with UNICEF, a global leader in the provision of WASH services.
Over the past four years the UK has helped an additional 2.3 million people gain access
to clean water and a further 2.1 million to sanitation.</p><p> </p><p>Full details
of DFID funding to Mozambique are published on the Development Tracker website: <a
</p><p>DFID is currently in the process of finalising its programme portfolio for
2016-2020 and will decide any continued investments in WASH accordingly.</p>