Mozambique cyclone Idai, which struck on 15 March 2019, survivors face a “ticking bomb” of disease associated with the clean water scarcity. Cyclone Idai smashed into Mozambique’s coast with hurricane-force wind and rain that flooded the poor country before also affecting eastern Zimbabwe – killing 706 people across the two nations. The health situation is worsening by day. As logistical conditions improve and roads to affected communities have been reconnected the full scale of the humanitarian crisis has been revealed for the first time. More than two million people have been affected…
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