Mozambican Cyclone Ana survivors to be repatriated from Malawi


Authorities in Mozambique have upped their effort to repatriate the Survivors of the Cyclone Ana who are still seeking shelters in various camps in Malawi, Nsanje district.

According to Nsanje District Council, a total of 1,6717 households representing 8,080 individuals are being kept in various camps in the district.

Cesar Tembe, Director of the prevention and mitigation for Mozambique National Institute for Disaster Risk Management and Reduction said they wanted to register the victims.

Tembe heaped praise on the government of Malawi and people of Nsanje for accommodating the Mozambicans in their camps since January this year.

Director of Disaster Response and Recovery for the Department of Disaster Management Affairs, Reverend Moses Chimphepo thanked the government of Mozambique for considering to take their citizens back to base saying through their survey the survivors are willing to go back but they will need food and non-food items including starter packs.

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