In 2019, Mozambique experienced two cyclones, Idai and Kenneth, mostly affecting Sofala, Manica, Cabo Delgado and Nampula provinces and causing the displacement of near to 100,000 persons. Moreover, since 2017, the Cabo Delgado Province, northern Mozambique, has been affected by internal conflicts: non-state armed groups (NSAGs) have led several attacks against urban centers and rural areas and have taken control of part of the territory of the north of Cabo Delgado. The security situation in the province has deteriorated over the years leading to increased displacement. The existing humanitarian crisis in Mozambique is exacerbating the gender inequality in the country. Few girls finish primary school (46%), even fewer finish secondary school (22%), and 56% of women are illiterate (upwards of 70% in rural areas). Though women comprise the bulk of the unskilled workforce, especially in agriculture (63%), their work is largely unpaid, and they face many obstacles and discrimination because of strongly held beliefs about gender roles. The media reinforces negative stereotypes by portraying women as deserving of violence and overlooks gender issues by not providing in-depth coverage.