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28 Feb 1999 description


Produced in collaboration with IRI
International Research Institute For Climate Prediction
This El Niño/La Niña Update is based on information obtained from the national Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) of WMO Member States and affiliated organizations. Information contained herein is current as of 18 February 1999. Extracts may be freely used elsewhere provided acknowledgement of their source is made. Users are strongly advised to contact their NMHS for more detailed information.

INTRODUCTION

26 Feb 1999 description
report IRIN

UNITED NATIONS
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Regional Information Network for Southern Africa
Tel: +2711 880 4633
Fax: +2711 880 1421

24 Feb 1999 description
report IRIN

JOHANNESBURG, 23 February (IRIN) - Officials in Mozambique said a good harvest was expected this year even though some part of the country has been subjected to heavy torrential rain and flooding in recent weeks.

19 Feb 1999 description
report IRIN

UNITED NATIONS
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Regional Information Network
for Southern Africa
Tel: +2711 880 4633
Fax: +2711 880 1421

16 Feb 1999 description

MAPUTO -- The United Nations World Food Programme has approved a $2.7-million emergency operation to feed about 80,000 people in southern Mozambique over the next four months who are facing extreme climatic swings between drought and floods.

12 Feb 1999 description
report IRIN

U N I T E D N A T I O N S
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Regional Information Network for Southern Africa
Tel: +2711 880 4633
Fax: +2711 880 1421

10 Feb 1999 description
report IRIN

JOHANNESBURG, 10 February (IRIN) - Flooding caused by heavy rains since early January have destroyed nearly 180 square km of crops in central Mozambique.

05 Feb 1999 description

MAPUTO, Mozambique (PANA) - Torrential rains and subswquent flooding that has lashed much of Mozambique since early January have led to the loss of almost 18,300 hectares of crops, reports Friday's issue of the daily paper 'Noticias'.