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26 Jan 1998 description

Ref: DHAGVA - 98/0144

1. The UN Resident Coordinator in Maputo reports that the landslides occurred in the central Mozambican province of Zambezia on 20 January. According to the latest information, 47 people were killed, while another 40 remain missing in Milange district.

2. Heavy rains and landslides also interrupted connections between the provincial capital and smaller towns in Tete and Sofala province.

3. The Government's inter-sectoral brigade is presently in Milange district, assessing the situation.

28 Feb 1997 description

Ref: DHAGVA - 97/0082
MOZAMBIQUE - FLOODS

26 Mar 1994 description


DHA-GENEVA 94/0085

MOZAMBIQUE - CYCLONE NADYA
DHA-GENEVA INFORMATION REPORT No. 1
26 MARCH 1994

1. AS NOTED IN INFORMATION REPORT NO.1 MADAGASCAR: CYCLONE NADYA, NADYA MADE LANDFALL IN MOZAMBIQUE YESTERDAY.

23 Feb 1988 description


UNDRO 89/2528

MOZAMBIQUE - DESTABILIZATION/DROUGHT
UNDRO SITUATION REPORT NO. 16
29 DECEMBER 1989

SITUATION

1. BANDIT ACTIVITIES CONTINUING. BETWEEN PERIOD 15 NOVEMBER AND 15 DECEMBER, NINE CIVILIAN CASUALTIES REPORTED, LOWEST FIGURE SINCE MAY REPORTING PERIOD.

2. POWER RATIONING STILL IN EFFECT IN MAPUTO CITY.

3. NUMBER OF EXPELLEES (2,624) FROM SOUTH AFRICA MORE THAN DOUBLED AS COMPARED TO OCTOBER-NOVEMBER REPORTING PERIOD.

23 Feb 1988 description


UNDRO 89/1369

MOZAMBIQUE - DESTABILIZATION/DROUGHT
UNDRO SITUATION REPORT NO. 11
28 JUNE 1989

1. CONFIRMED PLEDGES AT MID-JUNE 89 FALL FAR SHORT OF REQUIREMENTS 89/90 APPEAL AND ARE LESS THAN HALF THOSE AT MID-JUNE 88. FUNDS LACKING FOR AIRLIFTS (ONLY MEANS OF ACCESS TO VICTIMS IN MANY AREAS) AND IMPORTANT SECTORS LIKE ROAD REHABILITATION TOTALLY UNFUNDED. DONORS URGED TO SPECIFY PLEDGES (INCLUDING THOSE AT NY CONFERENCE) IN RELATION TO APPEAL'S SECTORAL NEEDS.

23 Feb 1988 description


UNDRO 88/2441

MOZAMBIQUE - DESTABILIZATION/DROUGHT
UNDRO SITREP NO. 6
3 NOVEMBER 1988

SITUATION

1. FOLLOWING MILITARY OPERATIONS AND LIBERATION VARIOUS AREAS IN CENTRAL AND NORTHERN PROVINCES OF SOFALA, NAMPULA AND ZAMBEZIA, NUMBER OF AFFECTED AND DISPLACED PEOPLE REQUIRING ASSISTANCE CONTINUES TO INCREASE.

2. ALTHOUGH NO MAJOR ATTACK ON ECONOMIC TARGETS OR CIVILIANS REPORTED RECENTLY, MILITARY PROTECTION OF RELIEF CONVOYS CRITICALLY NEEDED. SOME DONORS RESPONDING TO GOVERNMENTAL REQUEST FOR SUPPORT TO CONVOYS.

23 Feb 1988 description


UNDRO 88/0401

MOZAMBIQUE - DESTABILIZATION/DROUGHT
UNDRO SITREP NO. 1
23 FEBRUARY 1988

1. PRESENT ESTIMATES NUMBER 3.3 MILLION PEOPLE AFFECTED AND DISPLACED APART FROM 750,000 REFUGEES WHO HAVE LEFT THE COUNTRY.

2. UN INTER-AGENCY MISSION CONSISTING OF UNDP, UNICEF, UNHCR, WFP, FAO, WHO, AND UNDRO IS NOW REVIEWING IN MOZAMBIQUE NEEDS IN ALL SECTORS IN ORDER TO LAUNCH COMPREHENSIVE INTERNATIONAL APPEAL FOR 1988/89 AND TO ORGANIZE CONFERENCE TO SOLICIT INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FOR CONTINUATION OF RELIEF AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES IN MOZAMBIQUE.

27 Feb 1987 description


UNDRO 87/0440

SPECIAL APPEAL OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS
FOR THE PROVISION OF EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO THE PEOPLE'S
REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE

SITREP NO. 1 - 27 FEBRUARY 1987

PART I: INTRODUCTION

10 Nov 1985 description


JOINT OEOA/UNDRO APPEAL FOR THE PROVISION OF EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE
I. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

1. FROM 4 TO 10 NOVEMBER 1985, OEOA/UNDRO LED MULTI-AGENCY MISSION INCLUDING HQS REPRESENTATION FROM UNICEF AND WFP VISITED MOZAMBIQUE TO:

A) REVIEW COUNTRY SITUATION WITH REPRESENTATIVES GOVERNMENT (GOM) AND CONCERNED UN AGENCIES, NGOS, BILATERAL DONORS, AND

B) PREPARE UPDATED LIST EMERGENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR AFFECTED POPULATION.

01 Apr 1985 description


UNDRO 85/0737

MOZAMBIQUE - CYCLONIC STORM
UNDRO SITREP NO. 1
01 APRIL 1985

SITUATION
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1. UNDRO/UNDP RESIDENT CO-ORDINATOR REPORTS THAT CYCLONIC WINDS WITH SPEED OF ABOUT 100 KM/H STRUCK SOUTHERN MAPUTO PROVINCE ON 26 MARCH. MAIN ELECTRICITY SUPPLY FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO MAPUTO CUT OFF. MAPUTO IS NOW ENTIRELY DEPENDENT ON STAND-BY THERMAL POWER STATIONS. REPAIR OF MAIN POWER LINE WILL TAKE AT LEAST THREE MONTHS.

13 Feb 1985 description


UNDRO 85/0362

MOZAMBIQUE - FLOODS
UNDRO INFORMATION REPORT NO.1
13 FEB 85

1. HEAVY RAINS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA FROM 9 TO 11 FEBRUARY LED TO OVERFLOWING OF INCOMATI, MAPUTO, UMBELUZI RIVERS IN MAPUTO PROVINCE, MOZAMBIQUE.

2. IN LOW-LYING AREAS MAPUTO CITY, WATER ROSE ONE METER ABOVE STREET LEVEL, FLOODING WAREHOUSES, FACTORIES, HOMES, DESTROYING STOCKS OF GOODS, DAMAGING INFRASTRUCTURE (ROADS, CANALS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, PHONE AND POWER LINES).

17 Mar 1982 description


UNDRO 84/0152

MOZAMBIQUE - DROUGHT
UNDRO SITREP NO. 21
16 JANUARY 1984

SITUATION

1. SITUATION REMAINS SERIOUS, ESPECIALLY IN PROVINCES INHAMBANE, MAPUTO AND GAZA. DEATHS DUE TO STARVATION INHAMBANE REPORTED AS HIGH AS 100,000. ESTIMATED 750,000 IN NEED OF URGENT ASSISTANCE.

INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

2. INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE GAINING MOMENTUM TO MEET IMMEDIATE RELIEF NEEDS AND TO IMPROVE TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS.

17 Mar 1982 description


UNDRO 84/1776

MOZAMBIQUE - DROUGHT/FLOODS
UNDRO SITREP NO. 31
24 AUGUST 1984

SITUATION

1. MOZAMBIQUE REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST SERIOUSLY DROUGHT AFFECTED COUNTRIES IN AFRICA WITH AN ESTIMATED 3 MILLION PEOPLE IN NEED OF RELIEF ASSISTANCE. SECURITY SITUATION GRAVE.

17 Mar 1982 description


UNDRO 83/1784

MOZAMBIQUE - DROUGHT
UNDRO SITREP NO. 11
12 AUGUST 1983

SITUATION

1. THE FOOD AID PLEDGED/PROVIDED BY INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SINCE THE APPEAL LAUNCHED BY UNDRO FOR MOZAMBIQUE IN JANUARY TOTALLED 107,780 TONS.

2. WATER SUPPLY PROJECT FOR MAPUTO NOW UNDERWAY. CONTRIBUTIONS TOTALLED US DLRS 1,596,000 AGAINST ORIGINALLY ESTIMATED REQUIREMENT OF US DLRS 1.5 MILLION. HOWEVER, REQUIREMENTS FOR WATERPIPE AND FILTERS STILL UNMET (PARA 3).

REQUIREMENTS

3. WATER SUPPLY PROJECT:

17 Mar 1982 description


UNDRO 7183

MOZAMBIQUE - DROUGHT
UNDRO SITREP NO. 1
17 MARCH 1982

1. GOVERNMENT HAS APPEALED FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE THROUGH UNDRO AS A RESULT OF SERIOUS DROUGHT WHICH HAS AFFECTED 1.4 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE PROVINCES OF CABO DELGADO, NAMPULA, TETE, MANICA AND, DURING JANUARY TO MARCH, HAS EXTENDED TO THE SOUTHERN PROVINCES.