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People in Pemba are out collecting the sand which has accumulated in the streets and drainage ditches during the passage of Cyclone Kenneth, for use in rebuilding their homes.
Men, women and children are competing for street space with motorists and risking their lives to collect the sand they need to rebuild their homes, or to sell to support their families.
Clearing sand from the streets and drainage ditches of Pemba is a recurring event, with seasonal rains washing it out of yards, only for the people to labour ferrying it back to their homes.
By Hizidine AcháSource: O País
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