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Mozambique: Mozambique: US$281.7M urgently needed to ramp up relief operations in response to Cyclone Idai

Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Mozambique
Humanitarian partners have issued a revised Humanitarian Response Plan requesting US$281.7 million to ramp up the response the devastating impact of Cyclone Idai, bring the total funding required for Mozambique to US$336.9 million. The funding will enable response to the most immediate and life-saving needs arising from Cyclone Idai over a three-month period, along with sustained response to the pre-existing needs in drought-affected areas – for this, humanitarian partners were requesting US$55.2 million. These funds will also allow partners to immediately kick-start crucial recovery actions to begin restoring livelihoods and self-reliance, which will continue beyond the three-month horizon. Over the coming three months, the humanitarian community will review the situation, with the Government, to determine next steps, while simultaneously engaging with development partners to urge rapid action to tackle the longer-term issues resulting from the storm, including reconstruction and recovery. Read more on OCHA


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