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EU and IOM Support 138 Mozambicans Return Home After Violent Incidents in South Africa

Maputo – Following attacks and protests against foreign African nationals during the first week of September in South Africa, 138 Mozambicans received support from IOM, the European Union, and governm

Appeal Launched for Humanitarian Response to Cyclone Devastation in Mozambique

Maputo – With Mozambique devastated by drought, flooding and Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in the past several months, humanitarian partners yesterday (12/09) launched the revised Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) requesting over USD 397 million to support affected populations.  

FAO and IOM Support Cyclone-Affected Families in Mozambique Through Seed Distribution

Maputo – The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) with support from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) this week began distributing seeds and farming tools to approximately 11,000 families affected by Cyclone Idai. 

IOM Director General Visits Cyclone Affected Areas in Mozambique

Maputo – IOM Director General António Vitorino is in Mozambique to assess and support the humanitarian response after the country was devastated by two catastrophic storms earlier this year.

Mozambique: Resettling and Rebuilding After Cyclone Idai

Ndeja Camp, Sofala Province – A season has passed since Category-4 Cyclone Idai devastated and displaced an estimated 1.85 million individuals across Mozambique’s coastal Sofala province and into Cent

Impact of Cyclone Kenneth Continues to Affect Northern Mozambique: IOM

Ibo Island, Cabo Delgado — Three weeks after Cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique, over 300,000 people continue to need humanitarian assistance in the coastal provinces of Cabo Delgado

Aid Arriving to Northern Mozambique in Wake of Cyclone Kenneth

Pemba, Cabo Delgado – Cyclone Kenneth – the second devastating blow to Mozambique in six weeks following Cyclone Idai – has displaced around 21,000 people in northern Mozambique.

Cyclone Idai Needs Persist in Mozambique and Zimbabwe; Japan Supports IOM

The destruction Cyclone Idai wrought to infrastructure, housing and health services continues to affect the daily lives of more than two million people in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.