Humanitarian partners have launched a revised Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) requesting over $397 million to support affected populations in Mozambique devastated by drought, flooding and Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in the past several months.
With support from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has started to distribute seeds and farming tools to approximately 11,000 families affected by the devastating Cyclone Idai in Mozambique.
Four months after Mozambique was hit by two catastrophic storms, not less than 500,000 citizens are still in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. This is the fallout of the visit of the Director General of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), António Vitorino.
JOHANNESBURG/LUANDA – Cyclone Kenneth killed at least one person and left a trail of destruction in northern Mozambique, destroying houses, ripping up trees and knocking out power, authorities said on . The […]
By Akanimo Sampson A global rights group, Human Rights Watch (HRW) says strong winds, heavy rains, and massive flooding caused by Cyclone Idai three weeks ago have left a trail of destruction in central Mozambique, […]