Mozambique – Flash Report | Rain Damages to Resettlement Sites 2 - IOM DTM/CCCM Rapid Assessment (08 - 10 January 2020)

Report
from International Organization for Migration
Published on 10 Jan 2020 View Original

From 8 – 10 January 2020, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted rapid assessment in 12 resettlement sites across Tete and Zambezia provinces after the heavy rainfall last 30 December 2019 to 05 January 2020.

In total, 45 upgraded shelters, 37 emergency shelters and 109 tents were completely destroyed due to the heavy rain. IOM identified additional 82 shelters (upgraded, emergency shelters and tents) had major structural damages to walls and roofing, 33 shelters were partially damaged (including those shelters that were flooded), 315 latrines and 6 CFS were damaged. One clinic was damaged in Pundacani resettlement site in Muturara district of Tete province. Two schools were damaged, 1 in Matundo - unidade Chimbonde site in Cidade De Tete district of Tete province and the other 1 in Mussaia site in Maganja Da Costa district of Zambezia province.

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