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Funds went to people in need including those in Mozambique affected by Cyclone Idai, women in forgotten wars and children in Switzerland who are victims of domestic violence. @swisssolidarity 

From devastating Cyclone Idai to the Australian bushfires, these are the five hottest years in pictures ??

A trip to China has reignited the hopes of students drawn from the Cyclone Idai-affected regions of Zimbabwe for the New Year. They believe they still can embrace a bright future despite the destruction of their schools and homes

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This oped reports from a meeting in Moputo of banking & oil execs, while thousands of people in Mozambique were still stranded on rooftops days after Cyclone Idai hit. What are the prospects for the gas revenue funding education, resilient infra etc?

CARE's top 11 stories of 2019: 5. 1.8 million people were affected when Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique & Zimbabwe. The storm & flooding wiped out villages & infrastructure. CARE responded immediately to deliver aid to those most in need.

CARE's top 11 stories of 2019: 5. 1.8 million people were affected when Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique & Zimbabwe. The storm & flooding wiped out villages & infrastructure. CARE responded immediately to deliver aid to those most in need.

CARE's top 11 stories of 2019: 5. 1.8 million people were affected when Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique & Zimbabwe. The storm & flooding wiped out villages & infrastructure. CARE responded immediately to deliver aid to those most in need.

As the year of 2019 is coming to an end, Xinhua reviews Zimbabwe's politics, the economy, new currency, the Cyclone Idai and the outlook of 2020

People run after collecting food aid from a South African National Defence Force helicopter after Cyclone Idai in Nhamatanda village, near Beira, Mozambique. More of our pictures of the year: ? @SibekoS 

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I express my sorrow and closeness to the dear people of Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi, affected by Cyclone Idai. I entrust the many victims and their families to the mercy of God. #PrayForAfrica  #cycloneIdai 

At least 437 people in southern Africa are dead in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, with numbers expected to rise. Rescuers say they are finding more bodies as floodwaters recede. Mozambique: 242 confirmed deaths Zimbabwe: 139 confirmed deaths Malawi: 56 confirmed deaths

This is terrifying. Cyclone Kenneth is growing rapidly and headed for Mozambique. It's been barely more than a month since Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique -- triggering the worst weather disaster in Southern Hemisphere history. Kenneth will worsen an already horrific tragedy.

1.85M people in Mozambique are in urgent need of humanitarian aid one month after Cyclone Idai. Thousands of people are still cut off by flooding and destruction. The disaster: - killed 1,000+ people - destroyed 200K+ homes - flooded an area the size of Luxembourg

An estimated 900,000 children in Mozambique have been orphaned, separated from their families, made homeless, or otherwise affected by Cyclone Idai, officials say. That's half of the 1.8 million people impacted overall.

Cyclone Idai is the worst weather disaster to ever hit the Southern Hemisphere, says the UN: - Hundreds dead in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi - Flooded areas 30 miles wide in Mozambique - Officials estimate over 1,000 dead in Mozambique - 2.6 million people affected by flooding

Indian Navy engaged in relief operations in Mozambique post cyclone Idai.

BREAKING: Mozambique's president says he believes the death toll for Cyclone Idai may top 1,000. The cyclone first hit Mozambique's central port city of Beira last week, devastating the city of 500,000.

More than 140 killed after Cyclone Idai hits 3 southern African countries — Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi; hundreds reported missing, thousands stranded in mostly poor, rural areas

An estimated 600,000 people in #Mozambique  have been affected by cyclone Idai; 260,000 are children. Thousands are displaced, their houses destroyed by the severe weather. We’re on the ground. #MozambiqueFloods2019Floods2019 

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