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The UN appeal for help to the cyklonkatastrofen

"The UN appeal for help to the cyklonkatastrofen" "the UN appeal for funds for the relief efforts to the disaster after the deadly cyclone Idai, whose scope

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The UN appeal for help to the cyklonkatastrofen
"The UN appeal for help to the cyklonkatastrofen"

"the UN appeal for funds for the relief efforts to the disaster after the deadly cyclone Idai, whose scope is not yet possible to foresee."

"aid Workers continue to flow to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi for helping the survivors."

"Five days after the cyklonens rampage, hundreds of people have been confirmed dead and hundreds of thousands of lives are still at risk, notify the authorities."

"– We do not yet know enough about how much that has been destroyed in order to give a precise estimate of how much resources we need, but the sum will be substantial, " says Farhan Haq at the united nations."

"in the Past, the UN has stated that the goal is to help around 600 000 people in the next few weeks."

"Still under water"

"the united nations world food programme WFP priority is to save people who can not take away from the flooded areas, and to organize temporary accommodation for those to be rescued."

" the Situation has not really improved. In Buzi is the villages still under water, " says Deborah Nguyen at the WFP."

"In Mozambique, 217 people confirmed dead in the disaster. 3 000 have been rescued and 15 000 still need to get help, announces the country's land and environment minister, according to Reuters."

"In Zimbabwe, 100 people confirmed dead but the death toll is expected to rise to 300. At least 217 people have been reported missing in Chimanimani in Manicaland, a province adjacent to Mozambique. The area is cut off because the roads had major slukhål and bridges destroyed. Defense minister Perrance Shiri, says that the landscape reminds of "

"In Malawi has almost one million people have been affected, and more than 80 000 forced to leave their homes, according to the UN."

"the Aid organization Oxfam warns of the risk of disease outbreaks as a result of the cyclone which hit south-eastern Africa."

"In Malawi, people whose homes have been destroyed, gathered in the camp. Some villages can only be reached by helicopter or boat."

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