The Rwanda Security Force (RSF) deployed in the Province of Cabo Delgado, in northern Mozambique, organized a community work event, known as Umuganda, in the coastal town of Mocimboa da Praia, on Saturday, September 16. The collaborative initiative brought together RSF personnel, local authorities, and residents of Mocimboa da Praia, with the primary objective of cleaning and revitalizing their town. Today, Rwanda Security Force deployed in Mozambique, Northern Province of Cabo Delgado, conducted community work in Mocimboa da Praia town. The activity jointly conducted with local community was aimed at cleaning the coastal town of Mocimboa. https://t.co/NvCcB8SkoR pic.twitter.com/57ek41hHaP — Rwanda Defence Force (@RwandaMoD) September 16, 2023 Approximately 1,000 residents participated in the day's community work activities. Prominent leaders of the district including Joao Joaquim Antonio Saravia, the municipality Permanent Secretary, Vicente Alfandega, Secretary of Mocimboa da Praia Municipality, Sasco Ancha King, the District Technical Director, and Fabiao Kamessa, the Coordinator of the Institute of Social Economic Development (IDES), as well as village chiefs, participated. ALSO READ: Police peacekeepers take Umuganda to CAR’s Mbomou Prefecture As the day of community work drew to a close, all participants gathered for a ceremony. Local leaders and government representatives addressed the population, educating them on the importance and purpose of such communal endeavors. Alfandega expressed appreciation to the Rwanda Security Force for their support and contributions to peace and security in Mozambique. He encouraged the local population and leaders to engage in community work every last Saturday of each month, promoting unity and the betterment of their town.