Mozambique In Need Of Urgent Humanitarian Relief Following Cyclone Kenneth, Aid Agencies Say

BBC News: Mozambique: Cyclone Kenneth aftermath leaves 200,000 at risk
“Mozambique requires urgent life-saving relief to deal with the destructive aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth, an aid organization has said. Save the Children says the humanitarian situation is significant and life-threatening and more funds are needed…” (Diseko, 4/30).

U.N. News: U.N. aid teams scramble to reach ‘most remote places’ cut off by Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique
“…The government of Mozambique is reporting that at least 38 people died during the second massive cyclone to hit southern Africa in six weeks, following on from the devastating impact of Cyclone Idai. Kenneth partially or fully destroyed nearly 35,000 houses, close to 200 classrooms; and at least 14 health facilities have been hit, OCHA reported…” (4/30).

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