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
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.
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.
Guara Guara, Mozambique – Over 600 people displaced by Cyclone Idai returned to their home town over the weekend for the first time since the tragedy five weeks ago in a movement organized by the Government of Mozambique with the support of IOM and its humanitarian partners.
Beira – Despite the concerted efforts of humanitarian organizations, many families remain in need, and without assistance they lack the resources to repair and rebuild their homes.
Beira – Hundreds of displaced Mozambicans affected by Cyclone Idai voluntarily moved to a new temporary displacement site in Beira this week with the assistance of the International Organization for Migration or were provided with shelter kits that allowed them to return home.
Nearly One Month on Beira Stirs, Search for Survivors Continues in Zimbabwe and Malawi Faces Food Insecurity
Beira – The streets of this busy port city are returning to life as the one-month anniversary of Cyclone Idai’s March 14 landfall approaches, while the search for survivors continues in neighbouring Zimbabwe, and food security emerges as an issue in Malawi.
Beira — Work was nearly completed this week to allow displaced Mozambicans in this ravaged coastal city to shelter in two new sites.