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Mozambique

Floods and cholera in Mozambique

Parts of Mozambique experienced heavy rainfall since mid February 2010, mainly in the central region covering Zamb?zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Floods
Region: 
Mozambique
Occurance Date: 
09/03/2010
latitude: 
-18.0081
longitude: 
35.3156

Flood in Mozambique

Parts of Mozambique experienced heavy rainfall since mid February 2010, mainly in the central region covering Zamb?zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in Mozambique
Region: 
Zamb'zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces
Occurance Date: 
09/03/2010

Flood in Mozambique

Based on UNICEF situation report, 210 families (1,050 people) have been affected by the initial inundation in Namathanda district; of these, 613 people have been evacuated to a temporary shelter lo

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in Mozambique
Region: 
Namathanda
Occurance Date: 
09/03/2010

Epidemic in Mozambique

New cycle of cholera started in such way that until 6th of February, 638 cases 12 deaths with a CFR of 1,8% were notified in the provinces of Cabo Delgado, Niassa, Zambezia and Sofala.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Epidemic in Mozambique
Region: 
Cabo Delgado, Niassa, Zambezia and Sofala
Occurance Date: 
05/03/2010

Flood in Mozambique

Rains have also pounded parts of Mozambique and Malawi over the past few weeks, killing at least one person, displacing thousands and drowning farm land.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in Mozambique
Region: 
Mozambique
Occurance Date: 
08/01/2009