‘The food is going’: thousands stranded in cyclone-hit Mozambique

Women carry maize retrieved from fields flooded in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth, along the Mieze river near Pemba, Mozambique, April 30, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

PEMBA, Mozambique (Reuters) – Headmaster Ernesto Parivos, like thousands of people across his province in Mozambique, is watching for any signs that flood waters have eased as food supplies dwindle. Cyclone Kenneth barrelled into the province of Cabo Delgado last week, knocking out power at Parivos’ School for Teachers of the Future, damaging 11 college […]

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