The estimated number of people affected by the cyclone and flooding in nine districts increased to 270,000 (from 250,000), including 129,600 children.
The number of schools affected has increased from 114 to 139, affecting an estimated 90,000 learners.
With UNICEF support, 4,856 children living with HIV/AIDS, have been traced to ensure they have access to treatment.
Over 8,000 households (40,000 people) reached with critical WASH hygiene kits in affected districts.
A total of 1,855 children (1,111 girls and 745 boys) and their care-givers were reached with child protection services.
Approximately 1,000 mothers and caregivers of children under the age of two, reached with key messages on Infant and Young Child Feeding in emergencies. ]
SITUATION IN NUMBERS
270,000 People affected by Cyclone Idai/Floods
129,600 Children affected by Cyclone Idai/Floods
171 Deaths reported (Source: DCP-March 2019)
330 People missing (Source: DCP-March 2019)
UNICEF HAC Appeal US$ 18.4 million of which US $ 10.9 million Is for the Cyclone Response*