Mozambique is struggling to deal with floods and disease outbreak in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth. People say they're receiving no help and are increasingly frustrated about the government's lack of action. A report from Maracheni village.
A new deadly storm hit northern Mozambique more than a month after Cyclone Idai ravaged the country. Homes were destroyed and power lines cut in the city of Pemba, with UN officials warning of "massive flooding."
After hitting the northern coast of Mozambique, the second storm to strike the southern African state in five weeks is threatening days of rain. It is the first cyclone to hit Cabo Delgado province in 60 years.
Mozambique's Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario has welcomed vital emergency aid from abroad as his country deals with deadly flooding. But, as he told DW, more help will be needed for long-term reconstruction.
Serious flooding has wreaked havoc in parts of Mozambique, as houses collapsed in many areas. Rescue efforts are underway to help people trapped by rising floodwaters in the country's northern region.
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