Relief Organizations Struggle to Deliver Aid to Cyclone-Battered Mozambique

Nicole Rojas
May 2, 2019 - 5:00
Relief Organizations Struggle to Deliver Aid to Cyclone-Battered Mozambique

At least 38 people are dead and thousands more are feared trapped after Tropical Cyclone Kenneth battered the African country of Mozambique. The country, and neighboring Zimbabwe and Malawi, are still dealing with massive flooding brought on by Tropical Cyclone Idai in March, which killed over 900 people. The Mozambican government estimates that 160,000 people have been affected by Cyclone Kenneth, and urged residents of the city of Pemba to flee to higher ground as rain continues to affect the...

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