Cyclone Idai / Malawi / Mozambique / Zimbabwe

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.

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