Cyclone Kenneth Death Toll Rises in Mozambique
Rains continues to pound northern Mozambique, hampering aid deliveries in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth. The death toll from the storm has risen to 38. The cyclone brought wind gusts up to 220km/h and was the second deadly storm to strike the country in six weeks. Mozambique's National Institute of Disaster Management says more than 23,000 people have no shelter and nearly 35,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed.
The New Humanitarian, 29 April 2019
The needs of stricken communities are becoming evident in northern Mozambique and the Comoros islands in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth, with at least 45,000 homes destroyed and… Read more »
VOA, 29 April 2019
Rains continued to pound northern Mozambique Monday, hampering aid deliveries in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth, as the death toll from the storm rose to 38. Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 30 April 2019
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… Read more »
Mozambique: 10 Things to Know About Cyclone Kenneth
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 29 April 2019
Rescuers in northern Mozambique struggled on Monday to reach people stranded by flooding after a second cyclone in just over a month pounded the impoverished southern African… Read more »
Houses and infrastructure have been destroyed or damaged by Cyclone Kenneth in northern Mozambique.
Continued rains caused flooding in northern Mozambique, just three days after Cyclone Kenneth killed at least five people and damaged thousands of houses in the southern African ... Read more »