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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.

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.

13 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • At least 128,200 people had been reached with food assistance in Ibo (9,458 people), Macomia (84,390 people), Pemba (1,430 people) and Quissanga (32,928 people) districts as of 12 May 2019.

  • Over 516,000 doses of the Oral Cholera Vaccine arrived in Pemba on 12 May. There have now been 149 reported cholera cases in Pemba (120 cases), Metuge (19) and Mecufi (10).

  • The number of displaced people sheltering in accommodation centres had reduced to 3,130 people in eight sites as of 12 May.

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)

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

• In Mozambique, nearly 45,400 houses have either been partially destroyed (27,203) or totally (18,179) in Cabo Delgado and Nampula provinces, as of 7 May. In addition, some 1,316 houses are flooded in Cabo Delgado, according to the Government.

• In Comoros, an estimated 185,900 people are in need of immediate multi-sectoral assistance.

• The death toll following the impact of Tropical Cyclone Kenneth stands at 50 people as of 8 May, including 43 deaths in Mozambique and 7 in Comoros.

SITUATION OVERVIEW

09 May 2019 description
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Highlights

Cyclone Kenneth made landfall in Cabo Delgado Province on 26 April 2019.

An outbreak of cholera was confirmed on 01 May 2019.

From 1 May to 5 May 2019, the portion of week 18 for which data are available, 75 suspect cases and no deaths were reported in Pemba and Mecúfi districts of Cabo Delgado Province.

The overall attack rate in Cabo Delgado Province was 31 per 100 000 population. Pemba district was the most affected district with an overall attack rate of 33 cases per 100 000 population.

09 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The number of people affected by Cyclone Kenneth had risen to nearly 250,000 people as of 6 May, including 217,122 people in Cabo Delgado and 32,862 people in Nampula, according to the Government.

  • More than 37,400 people have been reached with food assistance since Cyclone Kenneth made landfall on 25 April.

  • Accessibility by road remains compromised due to the destruction of infrastructure in multiple locations. However, the road from Macomia to Chai is now open.

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.

06 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• Cholera cases continue to rise, with some 64 cases reported in Pemba (57) and Mecufi (7), 45 of whom had been discharged, as of 0700hrs 5 May.

• Nearly 41,700 school-age children were reportedly affected by cyclone Kenneth, with 477 classrooms destroyed or damaged, according to the Government.

• More than 37,400 people have been reached with food assistance in the most-affected districts of Ibo, Macomia and Quissanga, according to WFP.

SITUATION OVERVIEW

05 May 2019 description

Key figures (to date)

• 213,462 affected people in Cabo Delgado and 29,837 people affected in Nampula (preliminary estimates from INGC)

• 34,674 houses partially or completely destroyed in Cabo Delgado and 2,634 in Nampula

• 9 districts identified in Cabo Delgado and 4 in Nampula as the most impacted

• 36,437 affected people assisted

Highlights

04 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• A cholera outbreak has been confirmed, with 14 cases reported in the provincial capital, Pemba, and Mecufi district, as of 3 May.

• A total of 43,367 houses had been recorded as damaged or destroyed in Cabo Delgado (38,067 houses) and Nampula provinces (5,291 houses), including 17,164 totally destroyed and 26,203 partially destroyed by 3 May.

• At least 18,169 displaced people are sheltering in accommodation centres in Cabo Delgado (17,856 people) and Nampula (313 people).

SITUATION OVERVIEW

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.

03 May 2019 description

Key figures (to date)

• 199,836 affected people in Cabo Delgado and 13,170 people affected in Nampula (preliminary estimates from INGC)

• 34,674 houses partially or completely destroyed in Cabo Delgado and 2,634 in Nampula

• 20,038 people hosted in accommodation centers throughout the province

• 9 districts identified in Cabo Delgado and 4 in Nampula as the most impacted

• 26,313 affected people assisted

Highlights

03 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• More than 27,000 people have been reached with food assistance since Cyclone Kenneth made landfall on 25 April 2019.

• International deliveries of shelter supplies began to arrive in Pemba on 1 May 2019; more flights are scheduled in the days ahead.

• The number of people affected by Tropical Cyclone Kenneth has risen to more than 384,800, with an estimated 185,000 people affected in Comoros and at least 199,836 affected in Mozambique.

01 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• Four days after Tropical Cyclone Kenneth made landfall, northern Mozambique continues to experience heavy rains, increasing needs and impacting aid operations.

• More than 234,500 people have been affected by the impact of Cyclone Kenneth in the Comoros (45,000) and Mozambique (189,561 people), as of 30 April, according to the respective Governments.

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

Key figures (to date)

  • 168,254 people affected in Cabo Delgado and 900 people affected in Nampula (preliminary estimates from INGC)

  • 35,000 houses partially or destroyed - 37,696 people hosted in accommodation centers throughout the province - 9 districts identified in Cabo Delgado and 4 in Nampula as the most impacted - 11,422 affected people assisted

Highlights

30 Apr 2019 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • Unprecedented: first time in recorded history that two strong tropical cyclones have hit Mozambique in the same season, with Tropical Cyclone Kenneth following on the heels of Tropical Cyclone Idai, which made landfall on 14 March, leaving more than 600 people dead and an estimated 1.85 million people in need, in Mozambique alone.

30 Apr 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tropical Cyclone Kenneth made landfall on 25 April, becoming the second Cyclone to hit Mozambique in six weeks.

  • At least 38 people have died in Mozambique and at least 4 in the Comoros, following the landfall of Tropical Cyclone Kenneth, according to government reports.

  • The Government of the Comoros has requested international assistance.

  • The Emergency Relief Coordinator has allocated US$10 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) for Mozambique and $3 million for the Comoros.