Aid Agencies Begin Moving Supplies Into Mozambique After Cyclone Kenneth; ‘Incredibly Difficult’ To Reach Survivors, U.N. Says

Associated Press: ‘Incredibly difficult’ to reach Mozambique cyclone survivors
“Rains were still pounding parts of northern Mozambique on Tuesday, several days after Cyclone Kenneth, while the United Nations said aid workers faced ‘an incredibly difficult situation’ in reaching thousands of survivors. The death toll was at 38…” (Mutsaka/Keaten, 4/30).

Additional coverage of the cyclone’s impact and the humanitarian response is available from Agence France-Presse, BBC News, CNN, New Humanitarian, and Reuters.

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