U.N. SG Guterres Appeals For Greater International Support For Southern Africa Following 2nd Major Cyclone In 6 Weeks

U.N. News: U.N. appeals for international support as flood waters rise in wake of second Mozambique cyclone
“With Mozambique and Comoros battling heavy rains and raging flood waters in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth — the second major storm to hit southern Africa in the past six weeks — the United Nations and its humanitarian partners are supporting national authorities in assessing needs and providing help. U.N. Spokesman Stéphane Dujarric said on Sunday that Secretary-General António Guterres is appealing to the international community for additional resources, critically needed to fund the response to the twin tragedies in the immediate, medium- and longer-term…” (4/28).

Additional coverage of the damage from Cyclones Kenneth and Idai is available from The Guardian, New York Times, and Reuters.

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