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In Inhambane, citizens are alleging that donations to the victims of Cyclone DINEO are being diverted.
According to some beneficiaries, the criteria for selecting beneficiaries and distributing food and other goods to cyclone victims are unclear.
Residents interviewed by Radio Moçambique say that the support provided by the government, partners and people of goodwill only benefit those working for the government and their relatives in the neighbourhoods involved.
“The distributions were absurd. Even those people most transparently in need got nothing. There were people who prevented them from entering other homes that suffered from the windstorm,” said one interviewee, complaining about the lack of transparency in the process of distribution of food and other goods.
Our reporter contacted some neighbourhood secretaries, who denied involvement in the diversion of donations.Source: Radio Moçambique
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