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WFP Delivers Food Aid to Mozambique After Cyclone Idai

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WFP Delivers Food Aid to Mozambique After Cyclone Idai

WFP Delivers Food Aid to Mozambique After Cyclone Idai

The World Food Programme said it delivered food aid to people affected by Cyclone Idai in Dondo, Mozambique, on April 6.In this video, local resident Virginia Jone says, “Today, is the first time I received food.

Until now, I was only eating what my daughters and grandchildren had received in assistance after losing their homes.”In a press release, WFP said that as of April 8, they had reached 717,000 people with aid assistance out of the 1.8 million in Mozambique affected by Cyclone Idai.

“WFP intends to assist 1.7 million of the 1.8 million Mozambicans in need of emergency food assistance.

Many have lost everything: their homes, belongings, crops and livelihoods.” Credit: World Food Programme (WFP) via Storyful

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