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20 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • More than 1.62 million people have been reached with food assistance in Manica, Sofala, Tete and Zambezia provinces following the devastating passage of the Cyclone Idai weather system through Mozambique in March.

  • The number of people sheltering in accommodation centres had reduced to 14,044 (3,065 families) as of 12 May, down from 21,384 (4,639 families) on 5 May.

20 May 2019 description

1,514,662 persons Affected by Cyclone IDAI as reported by INGC

34,651 persons Reported across 34 sites in Beira, Dondo, Nhamatanda in DTM’s multisectoral location assessment

85,864 persons IOM assisted with various shelter and essential household items in coordination with Shelter Cluster partners (17,054 HHs)

Highlights

20 May 2019 description
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1.1 CYCLONE IDAI

1.85M People affected
400K Displaced
603 Deaths
1641 Injured
1.2M People in need
6754 Cholera cases
31107 Malaria cases

  • There are now 11 accommodation centers remaining in Sofala province sheltering 2,987 families representing 13,654 people as of 14 May.

17 May 2019 description

1,514,662 persons Affected by Cyclone IDAI as reported by INGC

39,410 persons Reported across 37 sites in Beira, Dondo, Nhamatanda in DTM’s multisectoral location assessment

85,864 persons IOM assisted with various shelter and essential household items in coordination with Shelter Cluster partners (17,054 HHs)

HIGHLIGHTS

15 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

1.85M People affected

400K Displaced

603 Deaths

1641 Injured

1.2M People in need

6743 Cholera cases

25758 Malaria cases

1.1 CYCLONE IDAI

  • There are still 17 accommodation centers remaining in Sofala province, with 4,914 families representing 21,384 persons, as of 06 May

  • Reported suspected cholera cases remain low across all the four affected districts, with Cumulative 6,743 cases and 8 deaths (case fatality rate: 0.1%) reported as of 6 May.

11 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• Nearly 1.5 million people have been reached with food assistance in Manica, Sofala, Tete and Zambezia provinces.

• The number of displaced people sheltering in accommodation sites in Sofala province decreased to 21,384 people (4,639 families) as of 5 May.

• Malaria cases in Sofala have continued to rise, with 25,758 cases registered as of 6 May; the highest number of cases has been reported from Nhamatanda (11,652).

10 May 2019 description

1. HIGHLIGHTS

1.1 CYCLONE IDAI

There are still 17 accommodation centers remaining in Sofala province, with 4,914 families representing 21,384 persons, as of 06 May

  • Reported suspected cholera cases remain low across all the four affected districts, with Cumulative 6,743 cases and 8 deaths (case fatality rate: 0.1%) reported as of 6 May.

  • Malaria cases in Sofala continue to rise, with cumulative 25,758 malaria cases registered as of 6 May, with most cases being reported in Nhamatanda (11,652)

10 May 2019 description

This Situation Report is produced by OCHA Regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa in collaboration with humanitarian partners.
The Situation Report, which covers the period 23 to 29 April and provides detailed information on the situation and response by sector.
The next Situation Report will cover the period 30 April to 6 May.

HIGHLIGHTS

• At least 403 people died and 1,597 were injured by Tropical Cyclone Idai, which made landfall on 14 March in Mozambique, according to the Government.

09 May 2019 description

1. Key points

Cyclone Kenneth

  • As of 03 May, a total of 43,367 houses were reported damaged or destroyed (Source INGC), (Cabo Delgado (38,067 houses) and Nampula provinces (5,291 houses) . 26,203 partially destroyed and 17,164 houses were totally destroyed by winds and flooding.

  • 18,189 people (4559 families) are displaced in 35 accommodation centres in centres in Cabo Delgado (17,856 people) and Nampula (313 people).

09 May 2019 description

Highlights

Cholera

Since the declaration of the cholera outbreak on 27 March 2019, and up to 5 May 2019, 6 739 suspect cases and eight deaths were reported (case fatality: 0,1%). These suspect cases were reported from the four districts of Sofala Province originally affected by this outbreak: Beira, Buzi, Dondo and Nhamatanda. The cumulative attack rate since 27 March in Sofala Province was 569 per 100 000 population, with Beira being the most affected district.

07 May 2019 description

Highlights

  • Since the start of the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) response to Cyclone Idai, 1,739 humanitarians are registered to access ETC Internet connectivity services to conduct their lifesaving work.

  • In response to Cyclone Kenneth, a second ETC Coordinator has been deployed to the northern city of Pemba.

07 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• More than 70,610 people remain displaced in 69 accommodation sites across Manica (32); Sofala (29); Tete (5) and Zambezia (3), as of 16 April.

• Malaria cases continue to rise, with 12,918 cases reported representing 40% of all consultations in cyclone affected areas as of 15 April. More than 450,000 mosquito nets are currently being distributed in the affected areas.

04 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

Cyclone Idai

• The number of internally displaced people living in accommodation centres decreased from 160,927 to 15,476 people across 18 sites in Manica, Sofala, Tete and Zambezia, as of 30 April.

• At least 177,000 people are estimated to be in more than 50 communities that are hard-to-reach or inaccessible by road.

02 May 2019 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • UNICEF continues to support the functioning of numerous water systems in affected areas, providing safe drinking water to 776,603 people, 81 per cent of the cluster total target.

  • UNICEF supports the operational deployment of mobile brigades, with more than 11,000 children under-5 accessing live-saving consultations.

01 May 2019 description

ETC Mozambique SitReps are distributed every six days. The next report will be issued on or around 06/05/19.

Highlights

  • To date, 1,708 humanitarians are registered to access Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) Internet connectivity to enable them to do their work.

  • The ETC continues to provide connectivity in the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and 16x additional sites in Beira, as well as in Buzi and Nhamatanda to support the increasing humanitarian response.

30 Apr 2019 description

1,514,662 persons Affected by Cyclone IDAI as reported by INGC

77,019 persons Reported across 67 sites in Beira, Dondo, Nhamatanda in DTM’s multisectoral location assessment

85,864 persons IOM assisted with various shelter and essential household items in coordination with Shelter Cluster partners (17,054 HHs)

RECEIVED: $5.85M REQUESTED: 36.4 M

ASSISTED: 84,864 TARGETED: 600,000

HIGHLIGHTS

29 Apr 2019 description

Highlights

• To date, 1,708 humanitarians are registered to access Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) Internet connectivity to enable them to do their work.

• The ETC continues to provide connectivity in the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and 16x additional sites in Beira, as well as in Buzi and Nhamatanda to support the increasing humanitarian response.

• The ETC has stopped providing connectivity services in Grudja as they were no longer required.