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25 Mar 2015 description

Situation Overview

As reported by the Minister of State Administration and Civil Service, the Government short term plan is to re-establish the inter district access routes which are currently limited due to blocked roads or damaged bridges;

18 Mar 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • The heavy rainfall which brought new flooding to parts of Nampula, Cabo Delgado and Zambezia Provinces is reported to have affected more than 118,000 people in Nampula where eight accommodation centres have been set up in three districts; Meconta, Angoche and Moma. The population in the centres is reported to be 10,824 people (CGTC 13 March).

13 Mar 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • The recent heavy rainfall which brought new flooding to parts of Nampula, Cabo Delgado and Zambezia Provinces is reported to have affected almost 60,000 people, destroyed infrastructure including roads and bridges and impacted accessibility. For a detailed update, please see below.

  • Accessibility to the northern districts of Cabo Delagdo Province was restored on 11 March following the restoration of the Muaguide Bridge.

10 Mar 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • A tropical depression causing heavy rainfall in the past few days has brought new flooding to parts of Nampula, Cabo Delgado and Zambezia Provinces. Needs assessments are being carried out and the Logistics Cluster is continuing to support humanitarian relief deliveries by helicopter to the affected populations in Zambezia Province;

06 Mar 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • Following the downgrading of the national alert level to orange (3 March), support continues to be provided to ensure the required assistance reaches populations in central and northern Mozambique affected by the flooding that has occurred since January 2015.

05 Mar 2015 description

This document provides an overview of how to access the logistics services offered by the Logistics Cluster to all humanitarian actors responding to the Floods in Mozambique.

These Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) specify the services to be provided by the Logistics Cluster, through WFP Logistics, in its capacity as global lead of the Logistics Cluster, how to access services, and the conditions under which the services will be provided.

04 Mar 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • As of the 3 March, the Ministers Cabinet Council have lifted the red alert to institutional orange alert in view of perceived improvement of weather conditions, and will however continue to provide the required assistance to affected populations;

  • The Government will continue to monitor the weather conditions as the forecast from 3 to 8 March indicates moderate to heavy rainfall in the country (with local storms) as well as in upstream countries (Malawi and Zambia), which may reach 100 mm to 200 mm;

27 Feb 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • The heavy rains and floods in Mozambique have affected approximately 177,645 people (37,090 families) and temporarily displaced about 44,000 people. The death toll due to floods, house collapse and lightning in the country has risen to 160 which 134 were recorded in Zambézia province.

24 Feb 2015 description

**Highlights**

  • Severe seasonal flooding hit the Central and Northern provinces of Mozambique (Zambézia, Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado); causing widespread damage to infrastructure and supply routes. As reported by the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC 16 February) over 160,000 people have been affected.

20 Feb 2015 description

Background

Severe seasonal flooding has hit the Central and Northern provinces of Mozambique (Zambézia, Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado); causing widespread damage to infrastructure, while displacing segments of the population. More than 160,000 people have been displaced (UNOCHA, 9 Feb) with the number expected to rise as the rainy season continues.

20 Feb 2015 description

Situation Overview

  • Severe seasonal flooding has hit the Central and Northern provinces of Mozambique (Zambézia, Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado); causing widespread damage to infrastructure and supply routes. As reported by the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC 16 February) over 160,000 people have been affected and significant numbers of the population has been displaced with over 50,000 now residing in 49 accommodation centres.

31 Oct 2013 description

1.1 SITUATION REVIEW In early 2013, severe seasonal flooding hit southern Mozambique and caused widespread damage to infrastructure, while displacing segments of the population. In the lower Limpopo river basin flooding caused damage to road infrastructure and interrupted regular supply routes. Camps were set up to support displaced populations and relief items were moved into the affected areas. An estimated 150,000 people were initially thought to have been displaced with the number expected to rise as the rainy season continued over the course of the operation.

20 Feb 2013 description
report Logistics Cluster

Contents:

  1. SITUATION UPDATE

  2. LOGISTICS COORDINATION

  3. COMMON TRANSPORT

  4. COMMON STORAGE

SITUATION UPDATE

Infrastructure