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Inhambane

(ĭn'yəmbăn`ə), city (1997 pop. 52,370), SE Mozambique, on Inhambane Bay, an inlet of Mozambique Channel on the Indian Ocean. It is a port, a provincial capital, and the center of an important agricultural region. The bay was discovered in 1498 by Vasco da Gama, who claimed it for Portugal. Inhambane developed as a trade center, notably for slaves and ivory. Sugar and coconut products are significant exports.

Inhambane

 

a city in southeastern Mozambique. Population, including suburbs, 65,000 (1961). It is a port on the coast of the Mozambique Channel in the Indian Ocean. A highway links Inhambane with the port of Lourenco Marques. Sugar, cotton, forest products, and copra are exported. There is a factory for processing cashew nuts. Inhambane is also the national center for livestock breeding.

Inhambane

a port in SE Mozambique on an inlet of the Mozambique Channel (Inhambane Bay). Pop.: 64 274 (latest est.)
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Female Male Province Under 15 years Under 18 years Under 18 years old old old Niassa 24.4 55.7 2.4 North Cabo-Delgado 17.6 60.7 5.2 Nampula 17.6 62.3 11.9 Zambezia 17.1 47.1 11.9 Center Tete 13.7 51.6 11.8 Manica 17.7 59.2 10.8 Sofala 16.8 49.4 4.4 Inhambane 11.2 39.1 6.6 Gaza 7.1 40.9 5.7 South Maputo 5.2 25.6 1.6 province Maputo City 2.5 14.9 3.9 Urban 11.5 36.1 4.8 Rural 16.1 55.7 11.8 Total 62.5 14.3 48.2 8.7 Source: Republica de Mocambique, Estrategia Nacional de Prevencao e Combate dos Casamentos Prematuros, 2011.
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