Mozambique Faces Food Emergency as Cholera Cases Mount

HeadlineApr 05, 2019

In Mozambique, the United Nations warns over 1.8 million people face an imminent food crisis, after Cyclone Idai devastated infrastructure, displaced more than 600,000 people and left nearly 600 dead. Meanwhile, Mozambique’s government said the number of cholera cases caused by contaminated food and water has topped 1,400.

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