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Cablegate: Mozambique - Five Influential Women

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SUBJECT: Mozambique - Five Influential Women

Ref: State 202341

1. Post has identified the following five women as very
influential in Mozambique:

a) Graca MACHEL - President of the non-government
organization "Foundation for Community Development (FDC)",
tel: 258-21-355-3000

b) Luisa DIOGO - Prime Minister of Mozambique, tel: 258-21-
426-861/2

c) Alice MABOTA - President of the League of Human Rights,
tel: 258-21-405-941

d) Anabela ADRIANOPOULOS, "Dialogos" television talk show
host, tel: 258-82-484-1900

e) Lurdes MUTOLA, World class runner and former women's 800
meter Olympic gold medalist living in the USA, tel: please
contact the Mozambican embassy in Washington for Ms.
Mutola's phone number.

2. The name and contact information for the USG officer at
Post following women's issues is:

Brooke Williams, tel: 258-82-300-0834, WilliamsBL@state.gov

Dudley

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