'Urgent Need' to Scale Up Response in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

Since October 2017, the northern province of Mozambique, Cabo Delgado has been suffering violent attacks from an armed group. Over 2020, these attacks grew in strength and brutality - leaving a tremendous psychological impact on communities. The attacks in Palma are illustrative of the violence that the people have been exposed to during the conflict in Cabo Delgado, which has been increasing in intensity and spread over the last year. While they have expanded their capacity over the last months, MSF says their presence is still limited and only addresses a fraction of the needs.

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At the Mapupulu site for internally displaced persons, a woman is helping to build a new home for her family after they fled the armed conflict.

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A mental health session is conducted with people who have sought shelter in the Nangua camp for internally displaced people. These sessions are used to help those displaced by the armed conflict in Cabo Delgado talk about their experiences and get support for issues like PTSD.

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An aerial view of the 25 de Junho camp for internally displaced people in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province which has seen armed conflict resulting in hundreds of thousands of people being displaced.

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