hundreds of thousands of people depend on in Zimbabwe and Mozambique, are in urgent need of rescue and help. Still Thousands stuck in the flooded regions. Aid organisations call to support.
The devastating effects of tropical cyclone "Idai" in South-East Africa are increasingly evident: Alone, in a district in Zimbabwe to the Mozambican border, 200,000 people were dependent for the next three months on food aid, said the spokesman of the world food programme of the United Nations (WFP), Herve Verhoosel, in Geneva. The district of Chimanimani, had been damaged to 90 percent.
In Mozambique would not have been able to reach helpers of around 100,000 people so far, so Verhoosel. Because of persistent rains could worsen the situation further. The government of Mozambique from the time of 600,000 Affected, but in the path of the cyclone, 1.7 million people would have lived.1/8 After cyclone "Idai": thousands of people struggle in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi to your life