On October 22, 2007 President Joachim Chissano
was awarded the inaugural Mo Ibrahim Prize
by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
Dr. Mohammed “Mo” Ibrahim is a Sudanese-British billionaire businessman and philanthropist, a global expert in mobile communications with a distinguished academic and business career. He founded the Mo Ibrahim Foundation with one focus: the critical importance of governance and leadership in Africa.
The Mo Ibrahim Award is twice bigger than the Nobel Prize. President Chissano received the inaugural Ibrahim Prize for his achievements in bringing peace, reconciliation, stable democracy and economic progress to his country.The Prize also recognizes the major contribution he has made outside his country’s borders.
Mozambique officially created the first Preventive Wings in the history of modern civilization by deploying the Unified Field Technology, ID in 1992. Preventive Wings were formed by the military, police, and the administrative personnel.
The Unified Field Effect is a phenomenon known as the Maharishi Effect.
Joachim Alberto Chissano was the second President of Mozambique, serving from 1986 to 2005. He is credited with transforming the war- torn country of Mozambique into one of the most successful African democracies. He currently chairs the Joachim Chissano Foundation. Among many positions, he is an Eminent Member of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Foundation and a Member of the Club of Madrid. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.