Bayer in Mozambique

A school of yellow fish swimming in the ocean.

Mozambique is endowed with rich and extensive natural resources. The country's economy is based largely on agriculture, but the tourism and manufacturing industry is growing. 

Bringing the best services and products to Mozambicans is part of Bayer’s vision of health for all and hunger for none. A variety of Bayer's pharmaceutical and consumer health products are available on the market in Mozambique 


Since the agricultural sector contributes 25% of the GDP, 60% of the export revenue and employs 75% of the labour force, it remains an important focus for Bayer. Smallholder farmers, with an average of 1.5 hectares cultivated, provide 95% of the agricultural GDP. Main crops include maize, pulses, cotton, tropical fruits, sugarcane, tomatoes, potatoes and leaf vegetables.  


Bayer's products include maize hybrids, crop protection solutions, herbicides and post-harvest grain protection.