Published within the Extremisms in Africa anthology series, this chapter by Leigh Hamilton and Rami Sayed focuses on the spread of Islamist ideology to Mozambique, in particular its northern-most province of Cabo Delgado, detailing the erosion of civilian self-protection mechanisms in this region over the past two decades. It looks at strengthening self-protection as a novel way to empower local communities to prevent and counter extremism.

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