After the cyclone, "Idai" prevails in South Africa Chaos: in Mozambique, the number of dead rose to more than 400. Now, the WHO also warns against epidemics due to unclean water.
emergency shelter, humanitarian aid is in full swing:, hospitals repaired, food a meeting in port of the almost completely destroyed city of Beira in Mozambique. Other relief goods reach the airport. From there, most of the work of the auxiliary organizations, because it is only there that there is electricity and Internet.
"There is also a fuel," says Jens Pedersen of Doctors without borders. This is a large Problem, with a view to the Transport of relief goods, but also for the emergency power supply. Another Problem:
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"in addition, the municipal water supply was severely damaged. The lack of clean drinking water and the associated diseases are causing us increasing concern. Many areas in the Hinterland are cut off from the outside world. They can only be used with helicopters or boats, which makes it difficult to help."