One year after the landfall of tropical Cyclone Idai, one of the worst storms to ever strike Africa, claiming over 1,300 lives, survivors in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi have started rebuilding, but remain desperate for help.
For the residents of the East African country of Mozambique, food is now the major concern, as the cyclone harmed food security and affected farm-based livelihoods for hundreds of thousands. The cyclone winds caused damage and destruction to trees and other vegetation, disrupting a serious number of livelihoods, especially those of farmers.
Faife Mufundisse is an amputee who had lost both legs
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