Lane separator set up starts next week
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Ninety-six accommodation centres in Sofala, Manica, Tete and Zambézia provinces were set up for the victims of floods in Mozambique, including the victims of Cyclone Idai.. O País reports. The National Institute of Disaster Management’s latest recorded figures indicate that these centres accommodate some 36,000 people.
Rescue operations for Idai survivors continue, but 347,000 people remain at risk, according to theINGC.
Meanwhile, the INGC has set up work teams to manage the aid it has been receiving.
“There is rescue work happening, and it is a positive and remarkable work too: 40,000 people have been saved,” INGC spokesperson Rita Almeida says.
By Cledy MarinelaSource: O País